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Microsoft Access 2007 Very slow on query running to Oracle Database

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Microsoft Access 2007 Very slow on query running to Oracle Database.
Query to Oracle 10g database running slow or fail. This query runs fine on another laptop.
No idea what is causing the issue.
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by:carlisle_cibf
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Microsoft Access 2007 Very slow on query running to Oracle Database.
Need help on why this query runs slow on newer computers, but fine on old XP computer that is 10 years.
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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What hardware/software configuration are the new computers?

New computers will typically require new drivers to connect to the source.

How are you connecting to the Oracle source?
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by:carlisle_cibf
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Oracle 10g ODBC drivers.
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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I also asked about the software on the new computers...
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by:carlisle_cibf
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Windows 7.
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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what edition/Version of Win 7?
Home
Pro
Ultimate
32 bit
64 bit
?

Oracle will have specific drivers possibly for each.
(in the same way you install a Printer Driver specific to the OS)
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Windows 7 Pro/32 bit.
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So make sure you have the Oracle drivers installed for this version of windows...
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