You keep mentioning sarcasm, I was never sarcastic. Perhaps you're confused as to the meaning of the word.
After much discussion it turned out that you were running Strawberry Perl, I stated that your post would benefit from knowing this, as others had suggested installing DBI and DBD::ODBC, which ship with Strawberry as standard. You insisted (twice) that you had mentioned running Strawberry in the post, even though you hadn't. Later you updated the post to include this information. The post does not state at any point that you forced module installations, specifically the ones required which throw the only error you show. Your "Though I explained everything" quote is baseless. You've not given anyone enough information to help.
"i don't have waste much time."
You've wasted plenty of time today ignoring repeat advice on how to debug this issue.
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