Error: No output received - when shift from visual c++ to intel c++ compiler

Error: No output received - when shift from visual c++ to intel c++ compiler

Hi,

When I try to move from Visual c++ compiler to Intel c++ compiler(from Parallel Composer -> use intel c++ compiler), I see the error, "Error: No output received". So, I'm not able to successfully use the intel c++ compiler.
I found a thread previously which had to do with the same problem in Japanese environment. But I'm not using japanese environment.
Please let me know how I can switch my compiler.

Thanks

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Which is the OS and platform you have installed the Parallel Composer? Is there also another Intel Compiler (11.1 or so) installed on the same machine? I've never seen this error except of an Japanese environment. Is your's English?
Hubert.

Quoting - Hubert Haberstock (Intel)

Which is the OS and platform you have installed the Parallel Composer? Is there also another Intel Compiler (11.1 or so) installed on the same machine? I've never seen this error except of an Japanese environment. Is your's English?
Hubert.

I'm using Windows XP professional. I see that I have Intel Compiler 11.1, and yes, I'm using English environment.

Thanks,
Deepthi

Quoting - deepthip

I'm using Windows XP professional. I see that I have Intel Compiler 11.1, and yes, I'm using English environment.

Thanks,
Deepthi

You're using the product version of Intel Parallel Composer and not one of the earlier beta versions? There's an article about this problem on Japanese systems that you've probably seen at http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/error-no-output-received-on-a-japanese-development-environment/. Have you tried the workaround documented there to see if it helps you? Justso you don't have to click to get to it:

close Visual Studio
open "Explorer", and go to directory "C:Program FilesCommon FilesIntelShared Filesia32Bin".
if you see "1041", delete it.
reopen Visual Studio to use Intel Parallel Composer.

Brandon Hewitt
Technical Consulting Engineer

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