MS ACCESS 2003 fe linked to MSSQL2005 be running very slow on Windows 7 systems

I have about 30 users running access 2003 fe from their local linked to mssql2005 be.  All run quickly except the computers that are running window 7 operating system.  They are painfully slow.  I have created a system dsn linked to SQLSRU32.dll  Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

Thnks Bernie
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Simon BallChief information OfficerCommented:
have this problem intermittently where i work.  to the point of win7 acc2007 random odbc timeouts if server is busy.

googled it:

says to try your odbc setup as SQL Native client instead of SQL Server....not sure what that equates to in terms of SQLSRU32.dll.....

might be worth making a new one with Native ( i had noticed it but never used it)  instead of SQL server, then go into regedit and see what path/dll has been used if its quicker..

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Simon BallChief information OfficerCommented:
any good?
Simon BallChief information OfficerCommented:
As I suggested a viable solution and attempted to follow up, will I be awarded the points?
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Simon BallChief information OfficerCommented:
As I suggested a viable solution and attempted to follow up, will I be awarded the points?
ShelleyProAuthor Commented:

I sorry if I cause a problems.  I have awarded points.

We are in the process of replace the server and hope this might solve the proplem.

Thank you
Simon BallChief information OfficerCommented:
you said, "i have awarded points."

but that has not occured.

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Simon BallChief information OfficerCommented:
superb, thanks.
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