If you purchased the Intel® Thread Checker on a CD, the license is included on the CD in the top-most level folder.
If you disabled the "autorun" feature of the CD drive when trying to install the Intel® C++ or Fortran Compiler 9.1 for Windows from a CD, the installation will not automatically start.
If necessary, please choose one of the following two alternative installation methods:
When discussing an issue in the Intel® Parallel Amplifier forum or requesting support from Intel engineers, please help developers investigating the problem by providing the following:
• Provide a clear statement of the issue and the context in which it happens
• How to reproduce: include all information you think it could be useful for engineers to work on the issue
• System information and product logs including warning messages and if relevant, installation logs.
If you develop and build your application within Visual Studio* IDE, when you move to use Intel C++ compiler, you will see that a .icproj file is created for every project that uses the Intel C++ compiler. The Intel .icproj file contains a reference to the original .vcproj file (the .vcproj file is not modified) and also contains Intel C++ compiler specific settings. The solution file that contains the project is also modified to reference the .icproj file instead of the .vcproj file. In essence, the Intel C++ project (stored in the .icproj file) is a "w
If you have both Visual Studio* 2005 and the Platform SDK installed, the installation will set up the build environment for using the Intel® C++ Compiler for Intel® 64-based on Visual Studio 2005.
If you'd like to change the build environment for Intel 64 to be based on the Platform SDK, follow the steps below: