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problem with Visual Studio 2013 stale license

Tom15
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I have on my PC a copy of Intel 64 Visual Studio 2013 mode , part of Intel Parallel studio XE2015. I have been using it with Microsoft Visual Studio Community 2013 with Update 5.  Now the visual Studio license has gone stale and checking for an updated license tells me 'failed to download new license'.

I have two questions.

1. Can anyone tell me what to do to get a license?

2. Or, if not, if I downlaod a more recent Visual Studio community version, will it be compatible with the Intel Visual Studio 2013 mode?

I am happy with these old versions of the software and really don't want to uninstall and install newer versions.

Any help / advice gratefully received!

 

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Ron_Green
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That's a Microsoft license.  Please contact their support for assistance.

 

If they cannot help you, you can consider getting the latest VS community edition and our latest Fortran compiler.

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Tom15
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Thanks, Ron,

But is there a free version of your latest compiler for academic use in the UK?

I negotiated a free version of the XE2015 compiler with Intel ...

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Steve_Lionel
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The current Intel oneAPI compilers are free for everyone.

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Ron_Green
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and the Visual Studio Community Edition is also free. Set that up first, make sure to install the C++ compiler and tools.  See the System Requirements.  Scroll to near the bottom of this page for the VS and C++ component requirements.

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