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reg query commands in scripting failing due to users not having admin rights

I perform sys ad work in a classified environment that is very restrictive with user rights/permissions.  The sequence of scripts called when executing C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\Composer XE 2013\bin\ipsxe-comp-vars.bat fails because it tiers down into scripts that perform "reg query" commands to set environment variables.  Group policy has been set up to "Prevent access to registry editing tools" and no regular users will ever be granted admin rights.  The only way I could make this work was to hard code all the environment variables the "reg query" commands set.  This is a very tedious

VS2012 plus Fortran XE 2013 SP1 - redistributables


I have a C# console app calling a Fortran DLL.  Both are x64. (at least I thought so)

It runs fine on my PC but when I port it to another machine it falls over with Exception encountered An attempt was made to load a program with an incorrect format. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007000B).

It seems when I examine the Fortran DLL with Dependency Walker that it's hoping to load c:\program files (x86)\common files\intel\shared libraries\redist\ia32\compiler\LIBIFCOREMDD.DLL etc.

Intel ultrabook 2in1 and Unity 5


I'm using an Intel ultrabook 2in1!

I tried everything but I could not detect the change from Laptop Mode to Tablet Mode... Anybody here have any advice of how to achieve this on Unity?

This code seems to works on a default c# application but I could not make it works on Unity.


Any advice please?

Problems about UMAT in ABAQUS when using Fortran

Hi there,

  I'm facing a very serious problem about how to use subroutines functionally now, so if you guys are so kind, please give some help and I really appreciate this!

Here is the deal, my software combo is VS2012+ABAQUS6.13+Intel Fortran2013 SP1, OS is WIN7-64bit, and I'm trying to do the research about RVE problems. The attachments are the codes and input files what I'm using now, and also including the picture of showing the error.

Another way to avoid the INTEGER OVERFLOW problem

The advantage of this method, is:

You don't have to resort to a higher order arithmetic, and you always get the correct result.

integer(8) function two_int(istart,istop,istep)
integer(8) istart,istop,istep,i1m,i2m,i1d,i2d
end function

This method also works for 4 byte quantities.

Or any number of bytes.

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