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In order to submit issues to the Intel® Premier Support, you need to have an account. An account will be automatically created when you register your SN (serial number) of the product.

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  • Intel® Thread Checker - Where do I get a license file?

    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 obtained this product electronically from the Web or if you are using an evaluation version, please refer to the email sent to you after you requested this product. Once you receive this product, you also automatically get access to Intel® Thread Profiler.

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  • How do I Upgrade Intel® IPP from evaluation to commercial license

    The installation steps for Intel® IPP are described in the documents How to Install Intel® IPP for Windows* and How to Install Intel® IPP for Linux*. The procedure is the same when using an evaluation license or a commercial license.

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  • Performance Tools for Software Developers - ?License Expired? message received even though you have a valid license

    After installing Intel® Thread Profiler for Windows* or Intel® Thread Checker for Windows*, when you try to run an Intel® VTune™ Performance Analyzer Wizard, you get a "License Expired" message; even though you have a valid license (e.g. just obtained an Evaluation license).

    To resolve this, click the drop-down box and choose Threading Wizards, and select an available wizard. Analyzer wizards refer to Intel VTune Performance Analyzer wizards, which are not covered by the Intel Thread Profiler or Intel Thread Checker license.

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  • Performance Tools for Software Developers - Differences between evaluation, non-commercial and release compilers

    Evaluation versions of Intel® compilers available from the Intel® Evaluation Software Center are identical to Release compilers of the same version. Similarly, Intel compilers available as Non-commercial Linux* downloads are identical to Release compilers of the same version.

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