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Old 12-15-2008
The Chomp
 

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ODBC32.dll Error. Admin rights not working
I currently have an error with the ODBC32.dll. When trying to copy in a new
DLL system stated I did not have permission.

In Safemode, commad prompt I ran "sfc /scannow". The scan found errors but
was unable to correct some. When I tried to read the log file.... I did not
have permission.
The user id I am using (the only one on the system) has "admin rights".....

Any Ideas

Regards

Chomp
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Old 12-17-2008
AnthonySPT
 

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Re: ODBC32.dll Error. Admin rights not working
To get full permissions, boot from your Vista DVD, select Repair, and then
Command Line Prompt from the repair screen. It is a limited boot edition of
Vista and will give you full access to files and tools. Unlike this feature
in XP, in Vista it is not a limited interface and you have full access to
your files and even some of the Vista tools.

Anthony

"The Chomp" <TheChomp@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news9B0A06B-9AB4-4467-8F5E-3C4357614E22@microsoft.com...
> I currently have an error with the ODBC32.dll. When trying to copy in a
> new
> DLL system stated I did not have permission.
>
> In Safemode, commad prompt I ran "sfc /scannow". The scan found errors but
> was unable to correct some. When I tried to read the log file.... I did
> not
> have permission.
> The user id I am using (the only one on the system) has "admin
> rights".....
>
> Any Ideas
>
> Regards
>
> Chomp


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