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How can I access width VB3.0 to SQL 7.0

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The ODBC of VB3.0 can't access to SQL 7.0 on Windows 95.
The error is: Server not found.
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Is it possibility width VB 3.0 (16 bits)
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NO, You can not.

You have to use VB 32 bits version.
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