Mysql Driver Not Loaded Windows System32

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WINDOWS system32; C. QtSql and XAMPP MySql - 'QMYSQLdriver not loaded'. BTW the first thing to check is if the MySQL client library (not the Qt driver. I did a bit more research and found different older articles describing how to make pafish happy and how to evade malware that are aware of virtual machines.

[25 Oct 2013 9:57] Bogdan Degtyariov Hi Scott, The MySQL Connector/ODBC package might refuse to install if some other 3rd party software created an incorrect record in the registry node responsible for ODBC drivers. In order to check that we would need to take a look at your registry. Please perform the following steps: 1. Click 'Start' button on the Windows task bar and select 'Run.' Type regedit and click OK 3. In the left part of the Registry Editor window open the following node: My Computer HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SOFTWARE ODBC 4. Right-mouse click on ODBCINST.INI key and select 'Export' in the pop-up menu 5.

Save the file as *.reg (it will not contain any critical information such as host names, logins, etc. There will only be the list of the ODBC installed in the system) 6.

Attach the.reg file to this bug report (you can also make it invisible to public by selecting the appropriate privacy option) I am looking forward to receiving your feedback. [12 Feb 2014 18:42] Nick Woolley I have the same error if I run mysql-connector-odbc-5.2.6-winx64.msi on Windows7 SP1, installing Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 redistributable makes no difference. Installing the 32 bit version causes no error message but If I open Data Sources(ODBC) there are no drivers listed for mysql (nothing for mysql in registry either in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SOFTWARE ODBC ODBCINST.INI ODBC Drivers. MySQL Workbench 5.2 CE was previously installed and this connects to remote databases fine. I've tried copying C: Windows System32 msvcr100_clr0400.dll to C: Windows System32 msvcr100.dll but it appears to make no difference. Also tried installing mysql-connector-odbc-5.2.6-win32.msi on Windows Vista which gives the same error.

[13 Feb 2014 0:51] Bogdan Degtyariov Nick, Thank you for your response. The default ODBC Administrator in 64-bit Windows OS is a 64-bit executable file odbcad32.exe located in Windows System32 directory. Therefore, it will not show you 32-bit drivers.

Make sure you start the 32-bit version of ODBC Administrator from Windows Syswow64 odbcad32.exe. Also, the registry node you mentioned (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SOFTWARE ODBC ODBCINST.INI ODBC Drivers) lists only 64-bit drivers. If looking for a 32-bit ODBC driver you should be checking HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SOFTWARE Wow6432Node ODBC ODBCINST.INI ODBC Drivers The above comments were for Windows 7. The problem is that we cannot repeat the issue on any of our working/testing/building hosts.

Perhaps you could provide us with more details. Can you please check if the system logged any details (such as missing DLL) in the Event Viewer (you can run it by typing eventvwr in the command line). If there is anything it should be marked as an error into 'Windows Logs ->Application' section of the Event Viewer.