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As of December 2001 Windows 95 entered its non-supported life.
All support for Windows NT Server 4.0 was scheduled to end on December 31, 2003.
With all due respect I do not believe Oracle 11 and these old, old OS's can ever work together. Nor should they. You need to upgrade Windows, period.
If I remember correctly both of these OS's were 16 bit. The Net80 for 16 bit and 32 bit are very different.
Edited by: mseberg on Aug 14, 2012 5:56 PM
I see, so we have a big problem coz we are migrating to Oracle and alot of computer for seller use windows NT
Do you know if there is a compatible ODBC for NT and 95 O.S. ??
I'm thinking no.1 person found this helpful
However I did find this which may help :
I did the search for 16 bit in it and found some interesting information.
The other piece of information I can share is the Oracle 11 client has issues connecting to Oracle 9.
An Oracle 10 clients might have a better chance, but the catch is finding it.
The last client I remember working on these OS's was Oracle 8. But I doubt that will connect to Oracle 11.
Edited by: mseberg on Aug 14, 2012 6:06 PM
I'm not a huge fan of when they move stuff. This spot feels a little like the island of misfit toys.
Thank you for your help
We have to keep looking for the solution
Do you know where can I find the version 8 ?
Edited by: J.A. on 15/08/2012 11:06 AM
The closest I can find is :1 person found this helpful
Thank you for your time