Here are the steps I have already tried. You need to compile your application for the x86 processor to force it to use the 32 bit driver. If you could contact support yellowfin. I’m hoping for a minimalist approach here. The problem is, I am using bit Xp Pro and it does not see any Access driver on bit architecture. What can I do? Also see this thread:

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Thank you so much … but my database name and description is uneditable and the manufactured default names for the same are blank so i m unable to proceed with my service results. Sorry but my english ist not very well. See my answer below. Unable to adcess the action because of changes made to the page.

For Odbc 64 bit access config it is documented in microsoft support http: Should such a situation occur, please try the following workaround:. Downside is that is tested and working only on one Office version for now. Sign up using Email and Password. Hello, I am trying to acess to one odbc 64 bit access my Access databases.

Running this executable as administrator grants you administrator privileges to create data sources on the computer. I know that I can change databases and go with a spatial system, but this is a regular download odbc 64 bit access a government site, which would mean a lot of extra work. Then try odbc 64 bit access odbc link. Thanks for trying Yellowfin Please complete the form below to request your copy of Yellowfin today.

This means, for instance, that a bit application using an ODBC driver to connect to an Access database might not work anymore, since the bit ODBC driver might not exist on a machine with a bit Office installation.

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I have Office 32bit and Matlab b 64bit Is there another solution? Sign up using Facebook. Be aware accrss can disable cookies at any time. I’m hoping for a minimalist approach here.

Can any of you tell an odbc 64 bit access Joe” how to compile the application against the x86 processor?

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Although I can see both drivers in the control panel uninstall programs they both have exactly the same name except the notation at the end as to the bit size.

Also see this thread: It doesn’t work sir Tags microsoft access driver odbc accdb mdb odbc 64 bit access setup. It is so typical odbc 64 bit access Microsoft to put the 64 bit drivers in the System32 folder and the 64bit drivers in a folder called SysWOW To do this quickly, you can use my reg scripts: It actually worked fine, and there was no need to download anything. You can find the details of my problem here http: Is it include 64 bit odbc driver for Access? First you have to uninstall 32bit Office what a crap!

I’m not a developer just a sys admin trying to odbc 64 bit access to an Access db – thanks! To solve this, follow one of these methods: Our ODBC drivers can be installed and used on the most popular development platforms: I have MS Access on a 64 bit Dell computer. Please note that launching the installation of a Microsoft Access Database Engine in the usual way, on a machine with an Office installation architecture different from the current one e.

For 32 bit applications the redirection to C: