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Re: Unable to load odbcji32.dll - UniDac with Access Provider

Posted: Wed 11 Jul 2018 08:53
by MaximG
You can find the solution to the problem with the download of odbcji32.dll by contacting the Microsoft Office support.

Re: Unable to load odbcji32.dll - UniDac with Access Provider

Posted: Fri 21 Dec 2018 15:54
by FrankStone
johnyjackson wrote:
Mon 09 Jul 2018 12:51
WalterOney wrote:
Thu 14 Jun 2018 05:43
johnbitner wrote:
Mon 21 Dec 2015 13:13
I have several commercial applications that as of last week stopped opening and return the error message "Unable to load odbcji32.dll" when launching. Several have not been updated in many months so our code has not changed. We are using UniDAC 6. In several apps specifically 6.2.8 and 6.2.9. different review of Dbal max and results are amazing for weight loss We are seeing this error on Windows 10 and also on Windows 7 and 8 when Office 2016/365 is installed and updated. This seems to me to be related to the Windows 10 November update and/or the recent Office 2016/365 updates. Right now I cannot find a work around.

Has anyone else seem this error and have any suggestions?
I faced the same problem once. I kept un-installing and re-installing my applications one by one and as far as I remember, after un-installing and re-installing Microsoft Office 365, the problem disappeared. So I would suggest you to uninstall MS Office once and check.
Hi WalterOney I follow all the steps as you discussed above. I uninstall MS Office but facing the same problem, there is no change. Please provide if there any alternate method to solve?
Uninstalling Microsoft Office should have solved the problem. I think MS Office is not being uninstalled properly. Use some professional uninstaller software and see if it works.

Re: Unable to load odbcji32.dll - UniDac with Access Provider

Posted: Sat 22 Dec 2018 08:36
by MaximG
Perhaps the proposed solution will help our users get rid of the issue, however, reinstalling the Microsoft Office package is not always easy to implement, for example, in a corporate environment. Therefore, for accurate explanations, you should contact Microsoft Office support.

Re: Unable to load odbcji32.dll - UniDac with Access Provider

Posted: Sun 09 Jun 2019 09:19
by jingle43
WalterOney wrote:
Thu 14 Jun 2018 05:43
johnbitner wrote:
Mon 21 Dec 2015 13:13
I have several commercial applications that as of last week stopped opening and return the error message "Unable to load odbcji32.dll" when launching. Several have not been updated in many months so our code has not changed. We are using UniDAC 6. In several apps specifically 6.2.8 and 6.2.9. Phenq reviews and results are amazing for weight loss results We are seeing this error on Windows 10 and also on Windows 7 and 8 when Office 2016/365 is installed and updated. This seems to me to be related to the Windows 10 November update and/or the recent Office 2016/365 updates. Right now I cannot find a work around.

Has anyone else seem this error and have any suggestions?
I faced the same problem once. I kept un-installing and re-installing my applications one by one and as far as I remember, after un-installing and re-installing Microsoft Office 365, the problem disappeared. So I would suggest you to uninstall MS Office once and check.
Thank you so much for this tip. I was also having the same problem and I did as you said, I uninstalled and the reinstalled Microsoft Office 365 and the problem was solved.

Re: Unable to load odbcji32.dll - UniDac with Access Provider

Posted: Mon 10 Jun 2019 06:07
by tradersblog
alexbozhko wrote:
Wed 20 Jan 2016 16:28
I have same problem with Windows 8.1 and Office 365. Unfortunately,http://graalik.com/ the solution didn't help me. Connection start working correctly, when I uninstalled Office.
If nothing happen then update your pc update complete your 8.1 version ..

Re: Unable to load odbcji32.dll - UniDac with Access Provider

Posted: Wed 19 Jun 2019 11:33
by osborn ronald
MaximG wrote:
Sat 22 Dec 2018 08:36
Perhaps the proposed solution will help our users get rid Contrave reviews of the issue, however, reinstalling the Microsoft Office package is not always easy to implement, for example, in a corporate environment. Therefore, for accurate explanations, you should contact Microsoft Office support.

There are also known compatibility issues between 32bit ODBC drivers and 64bit versions of MS Office.
It's recommended to install the 32bit version of MS Office (instead of the 64bit version).