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uncaught pdo exception

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php for windows server 2008

uncaught pdo exception could not find driver

I am trying to connect using nusphere phped ide

to obdc connection

it works when I do a browser, but not through the ide

what changes should I make to files (php.ini, other files)
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very often php-win.exe and php.exe have different configurations. Get a phpinfo() from each and make sure that they use the same php.ini file. if not, at least make sure that the same extensions are loaded in each file.
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thanks
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