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Default MySQL 4.1 and UTF-8 - trying to get foreign chars

I've got MySQL 4.1 installed on WindowsXP, with a JRun4 server for developing some ASP applications. It works great in English, but when I try to do foriegn languages (UTF-8) it just gives me rows of question marks. No matter what I do or what settings I put in the UI, it always translates extended UTF-8 chars into "??????".

I'm accessing it for the most part through the MyODBC 3.51.10 driver.

Any help would be rather welcome.

--tad

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