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Error in buffer "*.temp" when starting up

From: Andriy Drozdyuk
Subject: Error in buffer "*.temp" when starting up
Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2015 00:31:25 -0300

I keep getting this error whenever I start emacs and don't know what
to do about it:

These default coding systems were tried to encode text
in the buffer ` *temp*':
  (iso-latin-1-dos (79744 . 30693) (79745 . 20046) (79746 . 26085)
  (79747 . 25253))
However, each of them encountered characters it couldn't encode:
  iso-latin-1-dos cannot encode these: 知 乎 日 报

Click on a character (or switch to this window by `C-x o'
and select the characters by RET) to jump to the place it appears,
where `C-u C-x =' will give information about it.

Select one of the safe coding systems listed below,
or cancel the writing with C-g and edit the buffer
   to remove or modify the problematic characters,
or specify any other coding system (and risk losing
   the problematic characters).

  utf-8 gb18030 utf-7 utf-16 utf-16be-with-signature
  utf-16le-with-signature utf-16be utf-16le iso-2022-7bit utf-8-auto
  utf-8-with-signature utf-7-imap utf-8-emacs prefer-utf-8

When I do jump to the "character", it takes me to a "*temp" buffer -
and I have no idea what to do with it.

I am using windows 8 64bit, emacs version 24.4.1. Any help appreciated.

-Andriy Drozdyuk

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