SQL Server error 7125: Updated driver to get around?

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SQLSRV32
I have used Microsoft ODBC SQL Server Driver to create a link to an SQL table using Microsoft Access. The table stores Word documents. However Access will not save records once large pictures are added to the Word document (thus increasing the size of the document).

The following error occurs: #7125: The text, ntext, or image pointer value conflicts with the column name specified.

I am using SQLSRV32.dll Version 2000.85.1132.00 14/4/2008 Microsoft Access 2007 version 12.0.6423.1000 SP2 MSO Windows XP SP 3

Is there an updated driver version I can install to get around this problem? Any other suggestions would be appreciated.

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