Oledb 12.0 Driver Download Install Update
This happens only for Office or higher as it requires use of OLEDB ACE drivers for connection which do not come by default in Windows and hence we need to install them in order to get rid of this error. In this article I will explain how to resolve the error The 'Microsoft. Downloading the Office System Drivers.
You need to visit the following download link for downloading Office System Driver: Download Office System Driver: You need to click the Download button shown in the below screenshot. I am not sure but these drivers seems to me of 32 BIT x86 architecture and will work for most of you. In case you still get errors I would suggest to download the Microsoft Access Database Engine Redistributable using the following download link. Once you click Download it will prompt you to select the architecture i.
Hence I decided to further investigate and found that my Visual Studio is of 32 BIT x86 architecture from the task manager. The below screenshot displays the file devevn. And hence I first uninstalled the 64 BIT x64 version of the driver and then downloaded and installed the 32 BIT x86 version and then it worked for me.
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64-bit Oracle Data Access Components (ODAC) Downloads
Now we have a new guy in the town. Let me introduce it: It does not come within the OS, you should install this manually by downloading it from here. It has been around in the scene with Office but it was available as 32bit only.
Can't use the Access ODBC driver or OLEDB provider outside Office Click-to-Run applications
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