One of my machines went by the wayside, and I wiped it and have been reloading software all day. When I got to loading Parallel Studio XE 2016 update3 composer edition for Fortran, the installation gave me the x64 without the x86 (32-bit) compiler. What gives?
I've never seen that. Uninstall and reinstall. Pay close attention to any warning messages.
What are you seeing that says you don't have the 32-bit compiler? Which VS are you using?
The Remove -> Reinstall worked. Evidently I had some structure left behind from an Uninstall and it fooled VS 2013 Update 5 into thinking it had an installation. I now have what I need. I am still attempting to resurrect the machine, but hopefully the Intel Fortran side is settled.