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frankht
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Integration problem

I just downloaded the icc 11.1.038 evaluation ver. When the installation comes to the integration step 4/7, it pop up a dialog "cannot integrate vs 2008 by integrate.bat ... ...", And there is no any Intel compiler items showed in VS IDE.i followed the diagnol process on the forum and remove the \s option in the regsvr32 lines of integrate.bat, it says the OptPkg's DLLRegisterServer failed, 0x80070005. Could anyone tell me how to fix it.
My software environment: windows 2003 server, VS 2008 with VC++&SDK 6.0A, and VS assistant install.
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Yang_W_Intel
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Quoting - frankht
I just downloaded the icc 11.1.038 evaluation ver. When the installation comes to the integration step 4/7, it pop up a dialog "cannot integrate vs 2008 by integrate.bat ... ...", And there is no any Intel compiler items showed in VS IDE.i followed the diagnol process on the forum and remove the s option in the regsvr32 lines of integrate.bat, it says the OptPkg's DLLRegisterServer failed, 0x80070005. Could anyone tell me how to fix it.
My software environment: windows 2003 server, VS 2008 with VC++&SDK 6.0A, and VS assistant install.


According to the KB from MS website http://support.microsoft.com/kb/827659 , please check if you have administrator access on your target machine.
-Yang

JenniferJ
Moderator
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Please check out this posting - http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/showthread.php?t=66230

Let me know if it solves the issue.

Jennifer

frankht
Beginner
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According to the KB from MS website http://support.microsoft.com/kb/827659 , please check if you have administrator access on your target machine.
-Yang

Yeah the problem described in this KB is quite same with mine. but i'm using the Administrator account.
frankht
Beginner
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Please check out this posting - http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/showthread.php?t=66230

Let me know if it solves the issue.

Jennifer

no it doesn't, after i reinstall the compiler
BTW: my vsvars32.bat runs correctly and the %WindowsSdkDir% is ...Microsoft SDKsWindowsv6.0A, I think it is correct.
i'm new at this and thanks for your patient.
hoping for assistance...
JenniferJ
Moderator
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I should have asked earlier.
Do youhave VS2008 express edition? If so, the IDE integration won't work. It requires VSIP interfaces.

Jennifer