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IIS 7.0 ODBC Drivers in Vista x64


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Immortalarena

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I am in Windows Vista x64 and trying to run the IIS for a personal website. I use Access Databases with ASP coding and Visual Basic, and it uses a DSN-Less Connection. I have done this before, and had no problem, but after re-formatting my machine, and re-installing the software, I am at another problem. I am getting an error when I run the same code I used before on the same system and build. I've checked all the read/write permissions, and find no conflict.

When I open the Administration tools and check the ODBC to check the settings, the drivers appear to be there, but when I click to configure them I get:

"The Setup Routines for the Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb, *.accdb) ODBC Driver could not be found. Please reinstall the driver."

"Errors Found: Component not found in the registry"

After checking the other drivers all have the same issue, I am still lost from the Help topics I found on google. How should I go about installing the drivers again? Thanks!

-Matt

Oh, and the error was:

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80004005'

[Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] Data source name not found and no default driver specified

/Default.asp, line 15

and permissions were not the issue. Thanks!

Edited by Immortalarena, 10 December 2008 - 06:22 PM.

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