I need Intel Fortran 11.1 for compiling a software. To find out if I could follow the procedure described by the vendor, I installed evaluation version of a) Microsoft Visual Developer Studio 2008, and b) Intel Visual Fortran 11.1. To get professional version of Fortran 11.1, I purchased Intel Visual Composer 2013 for Windows and installed it on my computer after uninstalling the evaluation version of Fortran 11.1 but not the Visual Studio 2008. Once the date for using evaluation version of Visual Studio expired, I uninstalled Visual Studio 2008 and Intel Visual Composer 2013.
After resolving some downloading issues, last week I downloaded “w_cprof_p_11.1.072.exe” and installed it on my computer (64-bit Windows 7 operating system). Using Visual Studio, I opened a Main Program Code (Console Application), as shown in Page 1 of the enclosure. The configuration manager shows “Win32” as shown Page 2 of the enclosure. It does not let me select 64-bit version.
Ignoring all these, if I try to compile, I get the error message shown in Page 3: “Configuration ‘Release|Win32’ requires compiler support for the ‘Win32’ platform, but that support is not installed. Please either install the compiler support for ‘Win32” or select another configuration. I have not been able to find out how to select another configuration. I will appreciate if you could give me instructions for selecting 64-bit complier configuration and resolve the compilation/configuration issues.