ODBC 3151 error

Upgraded computer with Windows 10, have access db 2013 installed,  db2 connect 10.5,  can connect to source via native db2 connection or odbc connection.  When try to access db2 via Microsoft Access getting 3151 error.  
Question is Microsoft access 2013 compatible with windows 10.  We have tried both 32 bit and 64bit connectibility and both have failed with same error via access db.
Chuck BarberAsked:
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Gopi RajuSystem AnalystCommented:
Yes, Microsoft office 2013 and its components are compatible with Windows 10.
Dale FyeCommented:
put a break point in your error handler where that error occurs.

Then, in the immediate window, try:

For intLoop = 0 to errors.count-1: debug.print errors(intLoop).number, errors(intLoop).Description: next

This will give you more details about the error rather than just the last error produced by the process.
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