Hello, I get the below attached error message when trying to run the exe file on a computer where the Intel Compiler tool is not installed.
I found recommendation in the internet to install additional runtime libraries, etc., but unfortunately I couldn't fix the issue. Where to change some settings in the MVS in order to include all necessary DLLs to the exe file? Any other recommendations?
"The program can't start because MSVCR120D.dll is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem".
Read previous posts here about how debug mode builds aren't set up for distribution to other computers. Apparently, it expects at least a partial installation of VS2013 or 2012. You might also fiddle with VS redistributables.
Ok, thanks for the hint - but even if I create a release version, the same error message appears. Since I'm not so familiar with the MVS and all settings, it would be great to get further input on which option needs to be further changed in order to fix the problem.
By the way, the recommended VC Redistributable were already installed.
If it's still looking for the debug dll, there must be a .obj in your build which you didn't rebuild in release mode. I guess the debug dll isn't included in the standard VC redistributable.
Hello Tim P. - many thanks for the hint. There was a linked Library that was not yet created as "release". After changing the program works as it should 🙂 Many thanks!