To whom it may concern:
I am currently trying to run a *.f90 code for a numerical modeling application. Before purchasing the Intel Parallel Studio XE 2013 licensed version, I was using a 30-day free trial of Intel Fortran Composer 2013 (which is included in Parallel Studio correct? What is the difference between compiler and composer?). I was able to run and restart my program using this trial version, which was the premise for purchasing the licensed software. After uninstalling the trial software and reinstalling the full software, I have not been able to run/restart my program properly as before. I thought this might be an issue with Visual Studio 2013 (after looking at some of the forum boards); I installed the 2008 and 2010 versions and found the same error (so this is the not the problem). I also tested the compiler against Compaq Visual Fortran (in an XP virtual machine environment) by running simpler codes (simple calculator, analytical solution, and numerical inverter applications); both gave the same result. I was just wondering if other users have dealt with the problem I am currently experiencing (are there any methods or tips to resolving this)? Any help or guidance on this matter would be greatly appreciated.