Sometimes you might have received error message ‘“Specified driver could not load due to a system error 1114 (Pervasive ODBC Client Interface)” while creating, testing or connecting with Pervasive ODBC connection. When this error takes place in your system then you are unable to create, connect with Pervasive ODBC connection. This error message takes place in your system due to the \PVSW\Bin or the Pervasive.SQL install directory is not in system passageway. You may find a number of reasons due to which this driver error occurs. You may receive this error in Microsoft windows operating systems such as Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 98, and Windows 95.
What makes this driver error 1114 to occur?
If the system path is overwritten by Novell/Windows login script.
When the \PVSW\Bin is not in the system path then this error occurs.
If the Pervasive.SQL install directory is not in the system path then this driver error occurs.
The virus is also the reason for this issue to occur.
What are the symptoms?
When you try to test, create or make connections with the pervasive ODBC driver then the following error occurs:-
“Specified driver could not load due to a system error 1114 (Pervasive ODBC Client Interface)”
How to fix driver error 1114?
To fix this error you have to verify the Novell/Windows Login script so that you can include the C:\PVSW\BIN directory.
To remove this error you also have to change Environment variables in Windows XP, Windows 2000 follow the given below steps and be sure that you must change the path value in the system variables only.
In Windows XP, open control panel and under the control panel double click on the system options.
Click on the Advanced tab and then click on the Environment variables under the system properties option.
When the Environment variables page opens then at the end of the path type semicolon and then type C:\PVSW\BIN.
Just as Path=C:\Windows is the path value than after changing the path value will turn into Path=C:\Windows;C:\PVSW\BIN.
In windows 2000, press windows key+ R key to open run command.
And type msconfig.exe in the run command box and then press enter.
When the System Configuration Utility opens then click on the Environment tab then to select the path variable click it and then click on Edit option.
At the end of the path value type semicolon and then type C:\PVSW\BIN.
Similarly as the above-given example.
You can also fix this driver error easily by using third party repair tool and also help you to backup your deleted or corrupted windows driver.