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SQL ANYWHERE 5.0 ODBC DRIVER

Posted on 2011-03-09
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I HAVE A 32 BIT ODBC DRIVER ON MY WINDOWS 7 SYSTEM THAT WILL NOT ALLOW ME TO REMOVE.  ERROR MESSAGE THAT I NEED TO REINSTALL FIRST.   I DO NOT KNOW HOW IT GOT ON MY SYSTEM IN THE FIRST PLACE.   SYBASE WAS NO HELP. THEY SAY THEY DO NOT SUPPORT THIS VERSION ANYMORE.   HELP!!!!
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Thanks all.   We just detirmined the software that installed Anywhere 5 on our system.  It is a program from the State of Texas Unclaimed Property department that we installed to upload files to their system.  
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