I attempted to install the Intel SDK for OpenCL applications 2012 x64.
After extracting the files, it appears to check for a previously installed version, and states that it found a *newer* version installed, and requires that it be uninstalled before installation will continue.
I did find what appears to be the remnants of a previous install of an Intel OpenCL SDK - a directory structure without most of the usual files in it. But nothing in the Control Panel "uninstall programs" dialog. I deleted the empty directory tree of the SDK, and it still thinks there is a previous newer installed. (Possibly the previous user of this box had an Intel internal alpha SDK installed that is newer?)
I do have a graphics driver installed that is newer than the SDK, but deleting the opencl.dll that comes with that does not let me install the SDK.
What triggers this "newer version" message/behavior? A registry entry? Is there something I can do to get past it?