859262 wrote:You could hack the registry, but unless you know what you are doing with it, I don't recommend it.
I installed the 64bit 11g client on a windows 2008 R2 server. created some connections. Then found that i needed the 32 bit dirver. So i installed that one as well but i was unable to create connections. So i uninstalled both the 64 and 32 bit versions but did not delete the ODBC connections i had created. Now when i try to delete them i get a pop up saying that " the setup routines for the Oracle in OraClient11g_home1 ODBC driver could not be found. Please reinstall the driver." when i try to install it wants to install in a client_2 folder and will not let me install in client_1. I can't delete client_1 because some of the files are in use (i assume because of the odbc connections?). How do i remove these so i can just start over with a clean slate as far as oracle goes?