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mkl_intel_thread.dll is not found

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Hello

I have a fortran project. When I run it in visual studio everything works fine but when I try to execute it from the .exe file I get that the mkl_intel_thread.dll is not found. I copied the dll into the debug folder where the .exe file is located and the program try to run but it closes inmediately.

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By default the folders for

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By default the folders for the Intel performance libraries, such as MKL, aren't added to the PATH system environment variable. Which version of Intel Visual Fortran (Intel Parallel Studio XE) do you have? 

If when you copy the DLL into the folder with the EXE and run it from a command prompt, you should see an obvious error if the DLL is missing or wrong. If your program just exits, then it's the program deciding to do that - maybe it can't find the input file. (Note that in a Visual Studio solution, the project folder is the default for input files, not the executable folder.)

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By default the folders for

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By default the folders for the Intel performance libraries, such as MKL, aren't added to the PATH system environment variable. Which version of Intel Visual Fortran (Intel Parallel Studio XE) do you have? 

If when you copy the DLL into the folder with the EXE and run it from a command prompt, you should see an obvious error if the DLL is missing or wrong. If your program just exits, then it's the program deciding to do that - maybe it can't find the input file. (Note that in a Visual Studio solution, the project folder is the default for input files, not the executable folder.)

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I forgot to place the input

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I forgot to place the input file into the folder. Whit the input files and the dlls the program runs perfect. Thanks!!!

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