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This fix is only required while our application is 64-bit running on 64-bit OS which is having 32-bit office installed on it. NET application, the most likely cause is that you have installed either one of the 32-bit versions.By default, IIS on a 64-bit operating system will run applications in a 64-bit worker process. When a call is made to the ACE provider, the 64 bit process will attempt to locate a 64-bit DLL. If you have the 2007 32-bit version installed, you can simply install the 2010 64-bit version alongside it.So, I installed the Access Database Engine into this Windows 7 32 bit machine after downloading it per above suggestions from others here and everything worked fine.I still had the problem on my Windows 7 64 bit machine which already has Office 2010 that already includes Access 2010. OLEDB.12.0' provider is not registered on the local machine message was gone.So, your aim shouldn’t be just to win her back, it should be to get her back and keep her for good. If you and the girl you love just broke up; you are probably going through a lot of pain, heartache, grief, obsessiveness and above all confusion.

DLL --x86 bit is installed If (x86) is installed then using configuration manager change solution platform to x86, for x64 change to x64.

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id=23734 string str Connection = ""; string File Name = Server. OLEDB.4.0; Data Source=" File Name "; Extended Properties='Excel 8.0; HDR=Yes; IMEX=1;'"; try catch //To Read xlsx file use following code string str Connection = ""; string File Name = Server. OLEDB.12.0; Data Source=" File Name "; Extended Properties='Excel 12.0 Xml; HDR=; IMEX=1;'"; try catch Thank you for your interest in this question.

scripts, but is using a connection string, similar to the OP's post, so hopefully my findings can be applied to C#, Power Shell and any other language relying on the "Microsoft. The 2007 Office System Driver: Data Connectivity Components install did the trick for me.

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