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Remmers__Dale
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I'm getting this error message when trying to open a solution in Visual Studio 2017 after installing Intel Parallel Studio XE 2019.  After clicking OK, Visual Studio closes.  This happens repeatedly regardless of which solution file I'm opening.  Please help.

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Viet_H_Intel
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I am not sure what this has to do with Intel compiler?

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Remmers__Dale
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Running the psxevars.bat script broke Visual Studio, and it wasn't clear how to solve the issue.  

After some time, I uninstalled Parallel Studio Ex 2019, which fixed the problem.  Then I reduced the length of my PATH environment variable, reinstalled Parallel Studio and everything worked.

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Doe__Alex
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Remmers, Dale wrote:
After some time, I uninstalled Parallel Studio Ex 2019, which fixed the problem.  Then I reduced the length of my PATH environment variable, reinstalled Parallel Studio and everything worked.

Thank you! I've had the exact same issue with Parallel Studio 2019 in VS 2017, and removing a couple items from PATH fixed it. But my PATH wasn't even that long to begin with. Not cool, Intel!

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richter__franz
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I am facing the same issue, but I do not understand the solution. Which path did you fix?

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aturnbul
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Dear Franz,

I had the same error but from a different root cause. I installed the minimum Software Studio required to install the System Debugger. This apparently included the Intel Inspector extension for Visual Studio which is what caused the error (in my case). After uninstalling the extension (see Manage Extensions), the error went away (uninstalling the software was not necessary). YMMV but I hope this helps.

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