My classic ASP website returns errors related to Jet drivers, or database drivers not being found. How do I fix this?March 1st, 2012 1834
It is very common for users to see errors related to Microsoft Jet drivers and other “driver not found” errors when working with databases under classic ASP. Usually the cause is related to the websites application pool running as 64-bit. Classic ASP is a legacy technology that does not (and most likely will not) support 64-bit. In order for ASP to load legacy / 32-bit drivers and components the application pool must be set to run as a 32-bit process. This can easily be done within our Windows control panel.
- Start by logging into our Windows control panel at https://panel.aspnix.com
- Select the “Websites” icon under the “System” resource box
- Select the website which you want to update by clicking it
- Under the “Home Folder” tab, check the “Enable 32-Bit Application Support” box
- Press the “Update” button
Once these steps are completed your application should now work as intended.