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Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2016 update 1 for Windows* - Issues updating via Intel Software Manager

Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2016 update 1 is ready for download in Intel Registration Center. If you are attempting to download a Windows* version from Intel Software Manager, you may run into issues.

To see workarounds please refer to:


Intel Visual Fortran Composer XE 2013 License Migration

I am trying to migrate my Fortran installation from an old PC to a new machine.  I have the serial number but I don't have the installation files.  I tried registering on the website to download the installation files but it says my serial number has expired.  I am not trying to install new releases, just the original Intel Visual Fortran Composer XE 2013 Update 1 with VS2010.  How can I obtain the installation files which are covered by my license? Thank you!

Intel Parallel Studio XE license


I have a student license of the Intel Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition. I use the Intel software tools (Fortran Compiler and MKL) to make some highly advanced quantum chemistry calculations, and for that I use 11 computers. Last year I was able to install the tools in 6 of these 11 computers with no problem. This year my license expired, so I got a new one. This week I got 5 new computers and I am trying to install with the new license without sucess.

Running simulation and not being able to check out the FLEXlm license

I have the license file in the 2nd location that was looked for but I can't checkout the flexlm license.  I have a named-user (system locked) commercial license.  Would there be an issue running visual fortran compiler 12.1 and having a license corresponding to INTEL 2017?  I've exhausted most of the resources I've found online and don't know where to go from here.

Error: A license for FCompW is not available (-9,57).

Cannot repair license


We have some issues on license update.

One of colleagues installed evaluation version of intel parallel studio 2016 on windows 7 laptop. As we have 7 floating licenses, we tried to convert his license as license server, but "intel software manager" keeps making warning that evaluation expired. We tried complete removal/re-installation but same message comes.

1) in cmd window, ifort.exe works (!)

2) echo %INTEL_LICENSE_FILES% indicates the correct path of license file location

Problem Using Floating License With Windows 7

Our company is using a floating license.  To direct our developer machines to the license, we place a UseServer.lic file at C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Intel\Licenses.  This files contains the name of our license server, along with some port information.  That works well for all of us, except for one developer with a Windows 7, 64-bit machine.

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