I have purchased this SysInfo MySQL Database Recovery Software to repair my MySQL database files and restore them to the database again. But won't be able to save the recoverable data into the database because when I click on the Test Connection button, the software shows me a pop-up containing the message "ODBC Driver Manager Data source name not found and no default driver specified. How Do I fix it?
Well, no need to worry. Sometimes, users fail to establish the test connection when they want to restore the recoverable data to the database. Therefore, the only requirement is to install ODBC Driver Manager on your system to overcome this issue.
Step 1: Go with this( https://downloads.mysql.com/archives/c-odbc/ ) and download the product version of ODBC or MySQL Connector described below.
Users need to drag and drop the OST Data file that they want to transfer, into the configured Gmail account.
Step 2: Once you add the product version, opt for the Windows (x86, 32-bit) MSI Installer and click on the Download button.
Step 3: Once it is downloaded, install it and launch the ODBC Driver as an administrator using the search option.
Step 4: ODBC Data Source Administrator wizard opens on your screen. Click on the Add button.
Step 5: Next, the Create New Data Source wizard gets a pop-up on your screen; select MySQL ODBC 5.1 driver and click the Finish button.
Step 6: Enter your MySQL Database credentials like Data Source Name, User, Password, etc., and click the Test button.
Step 7: Finally, your ODBC driver is created. Click Ok.
Step 8: Start the SysInfo MySQL Database Recovery Tool again and enter the required credentials. Click on the Test Connection button.
Step 9: Wait, and you will find a message connection is successful.
Step 10: Click on the Ok button to start the saving process.