based on this info, you can try to repair it in the registry manually as according to the error it doesnt have the correct path specified, however i would just install a newer, supported version
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ODBC\ODBCINST.INI\Oracle in OraDb11g_home2] "APILevel"="1" "CPTimeout"="60" "ConnectFunctions"="YYY" "Driver"="C:\\oracle\\base\\product\\db11202\\BIN\\SQORA32.DLL" "DriverODBCVer"="03.51" "FileUsage"="0" "Setup"="C:\\oracle\\base\\product\\db11202\\BIN\\SQORAS32.DLL" "SQLLevel"="1"
977330 wrote:You can, but not with Oracle 8 unless you're going to do a lot of manual work (and maybe not even then). Newer 32 bit clients work prefectly well in Windows 7 x64. I'm using one right now. :)
Rich did you ever get this resolved, I'm having a similar issue and have went down the paths you have. I have no problem running Oracle drivers in XP mode but surly we can get the 32-bit ODBC's to run out of 64bit mode in W7.
Well, open the control panel for Environment variables, in the System variables section (lower half) you would find PATH (or Path, same thing).
c:\> path c:\> set path c:\> set p