Your solution did not solve my problem. I never experienced this kind of problem in other systems in our office. Even after moving the data, still the problem persisting. Please give an effective solution. Thanks in advance.
Since I have very little experience with international notations, is there any chance the (/) being used instead of a (.) is due to a language pack? I know some international representations use a , for the decimal. I have also seen where there are some areas they may use a slash mark.
If that isn't it, you might check your character map to see if the full stop character shows correctly.
Do you run any software that might modify your fonts?
Hey Saltgrass, I think i have not installed anything that changes the fonts, even then I checked once...everything is absolutely fine, except the memory indexing. Even if we consider (/) as a (.) the resultant is totally ambiguous(which means, the idea of (/) as (.) did not work for other folders).
Hey kemical, I have installed the malwarebytes software you have shown and found two malwares in my system. Even after removing those two malwares, I did not notice any difference. So, please show me any other solution...