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I have an access Database of which i just installed the driver for ODBC.  I'm getting an error Microsoft OLE DB provider for ODBC Driver error 80004005.  Microsoft ODBC driver manager - the specified DSN contains and architecture mismatch between the driver and application
/indexres.asp.line 22.  It was on iis 6 moved it to iis7 and Installed Access 2010 - is this needing 2007?

MY OS is 64 bit but I think my issue is my old vbs scripts are 32.. Anything I can do?
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Try using the 32bit odbc driver:

C:\Windows\SysWOW64\odbcad32.exe

that should be able to see the 32-bit odbc driver.


Let me know if that works
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