Unable to install C++ Compiler portions of the product

Unable to install C++ Compiler portions of the product

We have a license for the Intel Software
Development Products for Windows*, Education.

I was able to download and install most of the SDK, but in the section with the C++ Compiler, the Product
for 32-bit/x86-64bit development
program gives the error, The license file
provided is invalid. Is there a fix or workaround?

I have also run into a problem installing the Thread Profiler
3.1. The error message is, Please install VTune Performance Analyzer
8.0 or above on your system before installing Intel Thread Profiler 3.1. the
installer then quits. I have already installed VTune Amplifier
XE. Again, is there a fix or workaround?

Other than those two problems, everything else we are licensed to
have is installed and working.

I would appreciate some assistance with this problem since the instructor plans on teaching classes on the C++ portion in three weeks.


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We were able to look up license information associated with the e-mail address mmhawk@asu.edu. The information found indicates that the
license is an expired evaluation license.
This may explain the difficulties you are experiencing obtaining the
products you wish. Do you have a
non-evaluation serial number? If so, please submit an issue in our Start Up Support forum at http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-software-development-products-download-registration-licensing/

In regards to Intel Thread Profiler, Thread Profiler
3.1 has been superseded by Intel VTune Amplifier XE which is the next
generation performance analysis tool.
Use the VTune Amplifier XE to analyze the following types of performance
issues in your applications:

Identify the
most time-consuming (hot) functions in your application and/or on the whole

sections of code that do not effectively utilize available processor time

Determine the
best sections of code to optimize for sequential performance and for threaded

synchronization objects that affect the application performance

Find whether,
where, and why your application spends time on input/output operations

Identify and
compare the performance impact of different synchronization methods, different
numbers of threads, or different algorithms

Analyze thread
activity and transitions

hardware-related bottlenecks in your code



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