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Recovery the file name on NTFS under windows 2000 pro

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I am using a double bytes character version windows 2000 pro. After using a english version partion magic 2000 to conver my file system from NTFS to FAT32, all file name contain double bytes character was changed like "????.exe". Even I convert the file system to NTFS again still not help me.

I cannot delete those files, I cannot change those file name.

Scandisk told me there is no problem. Who can tell me what can I do to restore it?
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it is not work. any more advices?
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