Attach Server Repository Access error

We have an access database that connects to SQL server on a different server. When we try to logon we get:

Attach Server Repository with the default as:

\\server\xxxxxx\xxxxx\xxxxx.mdb

when we close that box and then enter the username credentials to logon we get the message:

-2147467259
ODBC--connection to 'SQL ServicePDC\SQLEXPRESS' failed

Please help
PowerhousecomputingAsked:
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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
Open the ODBC and test the connection there. What returns?
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PowerhousecomputingAuthor Commented:
This has been solved now. There is not an ODBC connection setup it is using

The resolution was to start the SQL Browser service on the SQL server.
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PowerhousecomputingAuthor Commented:
I tried this and it is now working
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