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Default ADODB.Record (0x800A0E7A) error

I am getting this error:

"Error Type:
ADODB.Record (0x800A0E7A)
Provider cannot be found. It may not be properly installed.
/BegASP/CreateBackup.asp, line 15"

when I try to run the examples in CH15 p619 of the book. I found an old thread that suggested needing MDAC 2.5 or greater. I am on MDAC 2.8

Here is the relavent code:
<%
  Dim objStream, objRecord, strURLofFile, strURLofBackup, strText, strDateStamp
  strURLofFile = Request.Form("URLofFile")
  strURLofBackup = Request.Form("URLofBackup")

  set objRecord = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Record")
  objRecord.Open "", "URL=" & strURLofFile
  objCopyRecord "", strURLofBackup,,, adCopyOverWrite
  objRecord.Close
  Set objRecord = Nothing
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Old May 24th, 2004, 03:43 PM
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where are you use the Connection String.
may be the error in a miss parameter in the string

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