Greetings, I am trying to download Intel® SDK For OpenCL™ Applications, and I have tried from multiple computers using multiple web browsers and I get the same problem in all.
The problem is, I am taken to a screen that has me fill out a little info, then click a submit button. Once I click submit, I am taken to an oops screen that says the link must be broken. When I click to go back, I can fill out different info in drop-down boxes and click submit again only to go to the same oops screen.
I already submitted a request with the website, as this seems like a broken link website issue. They sent me here instead. I hope this is finally the correct board to post this to, even though it seems more FPGA focused. I would just like to complain and say that most companies that I have worked for make it much simpler to report a problem like this, and don't make the customer hunt around to fix a problem.
Thanks, sorry for the rant.
Thanks for the response.
The link to the overview page is:
If you click the download button for the SDK you get taken here:
Ah, and it appears that the link is now fixed for the Windows download.
At least my computer is downloading it.
no problem with this link. it's working fine. I can download SDK for openCL. maybe under maintenance when you tried to download.
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