Greg Brondo wrote:
> Ok.  I looked in the directory structure.  Under 1.6 there is a DBD and 
> dbi.  There Is NOT a Mysql under dbi.  Under 'i586-mswin32' there is a 
> mysql.so but that is all.

That should be easy to fix.
Download the Ruby/DBI package from http://ruby-dbi.sf.net/
and unpack it. 
Create a directory named Mysql under the DBD directory (see above) and copy
(from the unpacked Ruby/DBI package) the lib/dbd_mysql/Mysql.rb file into it. 
 
Now it should work. 

Regards,

  Michael