I'm running IVF version 11 on Windows XP, on a 32 bit machine. I've been compiling for both 32 bit and 64 bit PCs. I recently began getting the error "Intel Fortran Compiler for 'x64' not installed". The most recent 64 bit executable I have built is from July 1st. I can compile 32 bit executables with no problem. I haven't made any changes to my PC, but my IT seems to push through updates every couple of days, so who knows what they may have changed.
I've tried modifying the install, and repairing the install, using the install disk, with no luck. I haven't tried uninstalling and reinstalling, because I can't just uninstall the 64 bit compiler, I seem to have to uninstall everything, and I'm worried I will lose all my settings.
Possibly relevant: If I go to Tools -> Options -> Intel Fortran -> Compilers, under the Target Platform dropdown, only win32 is available. I've never looked at this page before, so I don't know if x64 should also be an option, but it seems like it should. There's only one Selected Compiler option as well (Intel Fortran 11.0.061 [IA32]).
x64 and win32 both show up as Active solution platform options in the configuration manager.
Any ideas on how to get x64 working again with a minimum of hassle?
ETA: I'm running in the MS Visual Studio 2008 IDE, and have been for close to a year.