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Solution 1

You need to render the filename correctly, & is the first character of encoding for various chars. Replace it with & amp; ( without the space ).
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Robot With Defects at 1-Jan-13 1:16am
   
doesn't that change the file name? and i may get file not found error?
Christian Graus at 1-Jan-13 1:25am
   
No, it tells the browser how to render the text you want
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Solution 2

Actual, you can use @Html.Raw(item.Path) in MVC to get it to render without encoding.
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