Excel data source doesn't work in SSIS

SSIS version is 2012, excel version is 2013.
I create a excel data source in SSIS, choose excel version as "excel 2007", and then point it to my excel file.
However I cannot load any data from excel file to SSIS, the error message is as pasted. BTW, I have already installed "AccessDatabaseEngine_x64" on the server. May I ask if there is a solution to this? Thank you very much! ssis-error.png
xuewei shiDBAAsked:
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I think the problem is that you have installed 64-bit version of AccessDatabaseEngine. You need 32-bit one. Try removing 64-bit version and installing 32-bit

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Vikas GargAssociate Principal EngineerCommented:

you'll need to configure SSIS to run in 32-bit runtime as Excel does not support 64-bit

Go to the Property page for the Solution, select Debugging and change Run64BitRuntime to False
Dung DinhDBA and Business Intelligence DeveloperCommented:
SSIS doesn't support Excel 64bit now as my experience

1 - Uninstall AccessDatabaseEngine_x64 and try to reinstall AccessDatabaseEngine (in 32bit).
2 -  Disable 64bit Runtime option in Property page for the Solution
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Dung Dinh, isn't it what I posted earlier?
Dung DinhDBA and Business Intelligence DeveloperCommented:
Hi YZlat,

Because I had the same problem when I developed SSIS packages to load Excel file. And I also approached the above solutions.

I just shared my experience with the problem.
xuewei shiDBAAuthor Commented:
Thanks all for your kindly help and sorry for closing this late..
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