Installed MyODBC on WinXP, but driver doesn't show up in list.

Posted on 2006-06-06
Last Modified: 2010-03-19
Installed MyODBC on WinXP, but driver doesn't show up in list.

I checked and the files are definitely in the system32 folder where I think they are supposed to be, but when I go to the ODBC administrator there's no such driver listed.
Question by:smetterd
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    You have to create the entry manually.  Instructions are found under "You must create an ODBC DSN entry as follows:" at

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