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ODBCINST.DLL is not a valid win NT image ???

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When opening my control panel i get this error
Explorer.exe - Bad image (the title bar)
The application or dll c:\winnt\system\ODBCINST.dll is not a valid windows NT image. please check this against your instalation disk. What does this message means and what can i do about it ??
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It means that file is corrupted and must be replaced in order to fix the problem, if you require odbc connectivity then you can download the odbc drivers from Microsoft, simply download and install them and this will fix your problem.

http://www.microsoft.com/data/download2.htm

A minimum install should work unless you need more options then choose the components to download.

If you do not use odbc then this error can be safely ignored.
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Sorry it took so long
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