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Hi, i was wondering when i explore to the following folders c:\program files\common files\  and i cannot find the odbc folder.  How can we reinstall this folder? or can we simply create the folder?
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I have the ODBC folder under Common Files, and it only contains a sub folder named Data Sources which is empty.  When I open the ODBC window from the Control Panel there appear to be some drivers installed.  I have never had occasion to use the ODBC feature, but here is a link with some information about it:

http://cma.zdnet.com/book/win98prfref/ch16/ch16.htm
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iis.inf cannot be found in the win98 directory but i search it through the internet..
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Thanks.  The iis.inf file can be found in the \add-ons\pws directory on your Windows 98 CD-ROM.
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