+ 0 Votes It depends on the program you are using andrew232006 2 years ago 64bit windows maintains two completely separate collections of odbc connections. If you are using a 32bit program that needs access to an ODBC connection you would need to run "C\windows\sysWOW64\odbcad32.exe," to set up the ODBC. If you are running a 64bit program, use the default ODBC manager to add your ODBC connection. Depending on what you are trying to do, you may need to copy the settings from the 32bit odbc manager to create new connections in the default 64bit manager. + 0 Votes Reponse To Answer jdardard 2 years ago My apologies again. I've tried to use this link http://ct.techrepublic.com/clicks?t=1118568644-566ae6fc2348f4af8d940847cfb439f7-bf&brand=TECHREPUBLIC&s=5 several times, but again, I get the "The page you are looking for is not available." I know your replies are available, but with over 500 replies to look through, it's a long research project. I think I will resolve the issue by installing a 32 bit version of windows 7 on my system in addition to the current 64 bit version I currently hhave.