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How to install Sybase ODBC Driver on my XP Profesional

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I installed Sybase ASE server 12.5. Now I don't have install CD. Open client is installed and the Server is working.
My question is: do I have to get the CDs again? Or there's an ODBC install among those Sybase utilities that I've already installed?  If I have to get CD again is there any way around it - let say to get it directly from Sybase or other vendor?
Thank you in advance
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Run odbcad32 from Start/Run command line and see if Sybase ODBC driver is installed already. If not installed, you will need to install from CD. BTW, What kind of ODBC driver you are using?
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