Microsoft Ace.Oledb.12.0

The Microsoft. ACE. OLEDB. 1. 2. 0 provider is not registered on the local machine. In this article I will explain how to resolve the error The Microsoft. ACE. OLEDB. 1. 2. This error occurs when you try to make use of Excel 2. RE.png' alt='Microsoft Ace.Oledb.12.0' title='Microsoft Ace.Oledb.12.0' />Access 2. OLEDB connection in C or VB. Net. This happens only for Office 2. Microsoft Ace.Oledb.12.0' title='Microsoft Ace.Oledb.12.0' />Microsoft Ace.Oledb.12.0OLEDB ACE drivers for connection which do not come by default in Windows and hence we need to install them in order to get rid of this error. Downloading the Office System Drivers. You need to visit the following download link for downloading 2. Office System Driver Data Connectivity Components. You need to click the Download button shown in the below screenshot. I am not sure but these drivers seems to me of 3. BIT x. 86 architecture and will work for most of you. In case you still get errors I would suggest to download the Microsoft Access Database Engine 2. Redistributable using the following download link. You need to click the Download button shown in the below screenshot. Euro Truck Simulator Romania. Im getting the following error when trying to open an Excel file in SQL Server 2008 r2 64bit Msg 7399, Level 16, State 1, Line 1 The OLE DB provider Microsoft. ACE. SSISpackage. SQL SERVER 2005Microsoft. ACE. OLEDB. 12. 0. Microsoft. ACE. OLEDB. X64. Microsoft Ace.Oledb.12.0Once you click Download it will prompt you to select the architecture i. BIT x. 86 or 6. BIT x. Now here I selected 6. BIT x. 64 as my system is 6. BIT but after installing it I was still getting the same error. Hence I decided to further investigate and found that my Visual Studio 2. BIT x. 86 architecture from the task manager. On a 64Bit SharePoint system you will normally get the The Microsoft. ACE. OLEDB. 12. 0 provider is not registered on the local machine. Visual Studio 2010 on a Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bits. Im trying to read an Excel 2010 file from VB. NET using the driver Microsoft. ACE. OLEDB. 12. 0. I need help getting this OPENROWSET command to work when executing it in SQL Server 2012 64bit under Windows Server 2008 R2, Enterprise. SELECT FROM. Microsoft. ACE. OLEDB. 12. 0. The below screenshot displays the file devevn. And hence I first uninstalled the 6. BIT x. 64 version of the driver and then downloaded and installed the 3. BIT x. 86 version and then it worked for me.