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Mismatch in data architecture

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I have a 64 bit PC with MS Access 2010 installed

I have MySQL Workbench CE for Windows version 5.2.35

I have downloaded numerous odbc connectors, When i configure the ODBC it returns test successful.

I keep getting the message "Mismatch in data architecture" when i try to use the ODBC in MS Access 2010, any ideas
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Access 2010 32 bit or 64 bit?.

The default ODBC connection creator is 64 bit which for most of us is wrong.
For 32 bit Access you have to specifically start the odbcad32.exe which is in  windows\syswow64 to create your connection.
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How do i dtermine if it is MS Access 64 bit, the PC is 64 bit
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File>Help will show you.
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