Problem using odbc driver 10g with SQL Server 2005

We are getting following error. Any solution?
cannot retrieve the column codepage info from the OLE DB provider

there is an additional error message
The output column SR_CONTACT_POINT_ID (58) has a precision which is not valid. Precision must be between 1 and 38.

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