After installing the recent OpenCL package by executing intel_aocl_setup_22.214.171.1249.exe, I reveive the warning message
'The Scc Display Information' package did not load correctly
after starting either MS Visual Studio 2015 or 2017. Both have got all recent updates.
Computer is MS Surface Pro 4, i5 6300, HD 520 graphics, Windows 10.
According to https://stackoverflow.com/questions/36358630/visual-studio-2015-with-update-2-the-scc-display-information-package-did-not I could not find a registry's HKLM key:
I do not experience any negative influence for now. The test package intel_ocl_caps_basic_win is running well.
What may be the reason for this message and how to avoid it?
Same issue here. And issue has been there for more than a year...
If I switch off all Visual Studio Addins (because I know about this problem), why can't this &$*! installer keep its hands of my Visual Studio installation?
...switching back to AMD APP SDK...
Thanks for the interest.
The case has been accepted by the dev team. Can't provide an eta as a mitigation is open ended, and there may need to be collaboration with external parties as indicated by the stack overflow thread. When there is a change I'll push to have the devs add the announcement to release notes.
Thanks, Michael. I just signed up, downloaded and installed OpenCL SDK, same as in Quote #8, same error. Uninstalled and the error is gone. I am moving on without the SDK until it's resolved, SCC operation within Visual Studio is important to us. Any way to be notified when "case number 3460" is updated?
Thanks for continuing communication on this thread.
Yesterday, our dev team provided an update on their reproductions of the issue... they suggested:
- Users are encouraged to backup any IDE configuration data before attempting any of the guidance.
- 'devenv.exe /RootSuffix Exp' launched an MSVS instance that provided a workaround that may be appropriate for some users.
- I've checked the launch and was able to still use facilities of the IDE OpenCL™ plugins. Any user feedback to the contrary would be appreciated.
- Our dev team will continue to investigate more comprehensive solutions, both internally and in collaboration with external parties.
Any update on this one? Provided workaround with launching experimental environment started to generate same error after a couple of days.
Right now the workaround for me is to disable "Intel Debugger for Heterogeneous Compute" extension.