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Can remove sql native client system DSN Connection

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Can remove sql native client system DSN Connection.  "The setup routines for the SQL Native Client ODBC driver could not be found.  Please reinstall the driver.
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by:Amerilab
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"CAN'T"  Sorry
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by:novaspoonman
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Did you try reinstalling the SQL Server Native Client?
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Where do I reinstall it from?  Is it on the windows 2003 server disk or do I have to download it?  
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That did not work!  I reinstalled it and it did not work same error.
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Try running this:

regsvr32 odbcconf.dll
 from  c:\windows\system32
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Nope!
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