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lost Windows 2003 ODBC Driver

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I am trying to setup my WSUS on a 2003 server. While running the setup it bombs out on the SQL part. I researched the issue and compared the ODBC manager to another and the ODBC on the new WSUS server just has one entry (SQL Native client driver). The other 2003 server's ODBC manager has about 20 - 30 drivers. I have downloaded and ran MDAC2.8. It did not work. How do I repopulate this area so I can switch to the windows driver for ODBC?
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by:James Murrell
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are you running 64-bit? I know that not all 32-bit drivers have a matching 64-bit driver
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32 bit
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sorry is windows SP2.... just been reading http://www.eggheadcafe.com/software/aspnet/31810892/wsus-install-failure-error-0x80070643.aspx and answers near the end may help

if not sorry

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