Receive error in 64bit oDBC manager - Unable to load ODBCJI32.dll

I have an ODBC link between my access database and a 64Bit program that was set up in the 64bit ODBC manager and has been working until today.  I got a message saying 'Unable to load ODBCJI32.dll' when I tried to refresh the links in the program and when I go into the 64bit ODBC manager and try to configure the link it has the same message. Is there anything I can do?
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oiaadminAuthor Commented:
I have replaced the odbcji32.dll file and attempted again without success. I can also add a .mdb via the 32 bit version of odbc manager. adding a .mdb user dsn was working until recently.
oiaadminAuthor Commented:
While attempting to repair Access received a error indicating that there was an office running as 64 bit and access running as 32bit. Uninstalled all office applications and access. Installed as 64 bit and then installed the 64 bit version of microsoft office redistributable https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=13255

this resolved my problem.

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