Intel Visual Fortran QuickWin applications freezing


Reference Number : DPD200149113


Version :  11.1 and 12.0


Product : Intel® Visual Fortran Composer XE 2011 for Windows and Intel® Visual Fortran Compiler Professional Edition for Windows*

Operating System : Windows*


Problem Description : 

Applications built as QuickWin projects using Intel® Visual Fortran may become unresponsive when run under Windows 7*. In most cases, the program freeze occurs when a message box or dialog is dismissed. The Windows Task Manager must then be used to close the unresponsive application.


Resolution Status : 


This problem is fixed in the 12.1 compiler.

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Comments

Thomas Blehar's picture

What is the status of this release. “Request QuickWin library fix DPD200149113