Connecting to Access from Powerbuilder via ODBC

I am unable to connect to my Access 97 database from Powerbuilder 6.5
build 444.  The error I'm getting is:

[Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manger] Program type out of range

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you.

Vincent Vu

10/5/1999 12:10:01 AM
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I have the same problem to connect MS Access 2000 by using PowerBuilder 
6.5. Do you have any solution to help me?
if you have any solution please send e-mail to me. 

3/12/2001 2:27:28 AM

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