You're right that Hibernate does not ship with an Access dialect; that hasn't stopped various people from writing one, though. You'll find their efforts by searching for "access hibernate dialect" or some such phrase.
But Access as a DB is limited, as is the JDBC/ODBC bridge driver you're trying to use, so be prepared for problems. If this is for a commercial project I advise to use a real JDBC driver (like http://www.hxtt.com/access.html) which incidentally comes with a Hibernate dialect.
What do you mean: "what else can I do"? All the code you posted shows that you are trying to connect to the DB on a port on which -as you now know- it is not listening. The screenshot you posted 2 days ago already told you which port to use, if only you had paid attention to detail. Now there's nothing left to do but fix your code.