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How to Create an ODBC Data Source in 64-bit Windows XP
May 11, 2009

Today I needed to create an ODBC data source pointing to an MS Access database on my XP x64 system. I wasn't able to do it with the Control Panel application (Settings / Control Panel / Administrative Tools / Data Sources (ODBC)). Instead, I was able to do this by running the following command:

C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\odbcad32.exe

Keywords: ODBC, Access, Windows XP, x64, 64-bit, Microsoft Access

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NameCommentURLDate/Time
Wayneis there a way to do this for Oracle 10g drivers i have to connect to an Oracle data base
 September 18, 2009
GronHi Eric, is is possible to run the linix vault on Mac? any chance of getting a Mac version of Vault!! thanx Gron
http://gron.comMay 23, 2009
Response from Eric Bergman-TerrellGron, since you submitted your comment a version of Vault 3 has been developed for the Mac.

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