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compile release version by Intel Fortran Compiler

PF59
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I compiled and generated an executable file using the Intel Fortran
Compiler.  I was able to run the executable file alone on my machine
(compiled the code). However, I sent the code to my colleague on her
machine, she got the following error messages when she execute the .exe
file:

"The code execution cannot proceed because libmmd.dll was not found.

Reinstalling the program may fix this problem."

"The code execution cannot proceed because svml_dispmd.dl was not found.

Reinstalling the program may fix this problem."

"The code execution cannot proceed because libifcoremd.dll was not found.

Reinstalling the program may fix this problem."

 

I appreciate any help from any experts.

Thanks.

PF59

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PF59
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Steve,  It works.  I chose the alternate solution by choosing the Multithreaded and recompiled and the it works.  Thanks!!!

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Steve_Lionel
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Best solution - have your colleague install the redistributable package linked here.

Alternate solution - change your project property Fortran > Libraries > Use RunTime Library to "Multithreaded (/MT)", rebuild, and send the new EXE.

PF59
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Steve,  It works.  I chose the alternate solution by choosing the Multithreaded and recompiled and the it works.  Thanks!!!

PF59

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