Subject:Error Message Author:Tony Lavinio Date:15 Mar 2007 01:10 PM
The problem is most likely one of encoding.
0x80 is the euro character in ISO-8859-1 and cp1252, which are the
default encodings on most copies of Windows used in English-speaking
Either your XML claims to be 'UTF-8' in the header, or it is missing
the <?xml encoding="ISO-8859-1" version="1.0"?> at the top. If the
<?xml...?> line is missing, the file is assumed to be in UTF-8, and a
bare 0x80 byte is illegal in that encoding.