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Pelletier__Alain
Beginner
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I just got a new computer with Windows 10 and I wanted to reinstall Intel Parallel Studio Composer Edition 2016 for Fortran Windows (with Visual Studio 2013- 2013 Shell Integrated). I therefore need a license file for the reinstallation.

Thank you

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Steve_Lionel
Black Belt Retired Employee
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Log in to https://registrationcenter.intel.com and you can find all your registered licenses. You will just need the serial number.

Steve_Lionel
Black Belt Retired Employee
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Yes, that's true. When you supply a valid serial number to the install, it creates a .lic file in the appropriate folder.

If you need more help with licenses, you'll need to open a support ticket with Intel Support, not this forum.

Nania__Leonardo
Beginner
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Hi,

I have a problem similar to Alain. I had to replace my hard disk and I need to install again Intel® Visual Fortran Studio XE for Windows in the same laptop now with Windows 10. I have an academic license.

I know that that software has been discontinued and therefore I have not a way to reinstall the software. The only solution Intel gave to me is to renew the license to Intel Parallel, but I cannot afford it right now. Is there some repository to found the install files? Is there any way using a license file I could recover from my old disk in order to reinstall the software? Is there any other solution?

Thank you very much for your help.

Leonardo  

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