For your information:
–Version 13.0 and below is discontinued and not available for download. Refer ADV2011: Discontinuance of Selected Intel Quartus II Software Subscription & Web Editions.
–Discontinued versions do not include latest functional and security updates, and will not be updated. Intel recommends customers to migrate to supported versions.
–Please contact your Intel sales person for more information.
Let me know if you unable to reach them?
Intel has been absolutely abysmal in remotely helping me with this issue as well. Instead referring me to the forum (already posted a similar ticket) and telling me to set up a premium account.
I understand that they want to push people towards new products but they're blatantly ignoring any other requests.
Anyone have a dropbox / google drive link with 9.0sp2 they can share?
Hey Kenny! Thanks for taking the time to reply. I checked and got two identical boilerplate messages (below). I don't want to get upsold to get an older version. I just need the web / free version of Quartus 9.0sp2, as a lot of other people have been asking for.
It's the last version that supports EPF10k10 devices AND has the built-in-simulator. Considering it's free, I don't understand why all of a sudden this becomes a 'premium issue'.
Any help appreciated...
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Hello Kenny -
Many thanks for responding.
Yes, we have contacted Intel Sales and there’s absolutely no interest in helping - they simply say upgrade to a newer part!
I hope you are able to get better results than we have.
We are sorry for that, I contacted the Intel marketing. They mention that:
When devices go EOL they are also slated to be removed from Quartus.
We generally give sufficient notice to customers (usually a year) that a device and support for the devices will be EOL.
Discontinued versions do not include latest functional and security updates and will not be updated. Intel recommends customers to migrate to supported versions.
You may try get other communities help for this. The above is official for Intel, we are sorry to inform this.
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