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Windows 7 RC ODBC Access driver

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
Many apologies for posting here, but it's the nearset I can find. I am running the Windows 7 RC (x64) and need the MS Access 32-bit ODBC driver in order to connect to an in-house application. The driver doesn't appear to be shipped with Windows 7 and I cannot find anywhere to download it.On further inspection, the 32-bit SQL Server ODBC driver appears not to ship either and I need that as well.

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