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Problem with PARDISO in Windows 10

Mikael_S_1
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I have used PARDISO in Fortran successfully in Windows 7. When I moved to Windows 10 my code suddenly did not want to run and it crashes in the call to PARDISO. It seems something changed in Windows between versions 8 and 8.1 (8.1 does not work either). Has anyone any idea why or any similar experiences? My mkl kernel is 11.0.

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Gennady_F_Intel
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Mikael, you wrote  "My mkl kernel is 11.0".  Do you mean version 11.0?

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Mikael_S_1
Beginner
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Yes, I meant that my mkl kernel version is 11.0.

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mecej4
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I have used MKL and Pardiso on Windows XP, 7, 7.1, 8, 8.1 and now Windows 10. Apart from a small number of bugs, which were fixed promptly when they were reported, I have had no problems installing MKL or running programs that use MKL.

It is possible that upgrading the OS made your MKL installation stop working, if you did not observe the prerequisites for various compilers and MKL releases. Can you build and run any of the Pardiso example files that come with the MKL distribution? We need more details on the kind of failures that you see.

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