Now, I'm in mater degree, and I want to learn OpenCL.
so I downloaded 'intel_aocl_setup_188.8.131.529' for windows version
but my PC can't install 'Intel Debugger for Heterogeneous Compute-Debugger target support'
My PC is
Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-6500 CPU @3.2GHz(4 CPUs)
error code is 1603
File name : gen_debugger_target_release_1.1.63081.0.msi
so I searched that errors
ERROR : Signature verification failed while checking integrity of driver package 'igfxdcd.inf' - Error code 0x80096002
ERROR : encountered while installing driver package
ERROR: InstallDriverPackages failed with error 0x800B0100
I tried delete file and reinstall, run as administrator and check compatibility mode setting
but I coundn't solve this problem.
please help me.
The SDK is only validated for Windows 10.
As a workaround, can you install if you go through the "custom" path in the installer and de-select the GPU debugger? This is a nice-to-have feature but not required for OpenCL development. Due to the extra complexities involved with debugging on GPU (which can also cause problems with display) in many cases it can be easier to do first pass debugging on CPU.
While we certainly want the debugger to work, I hope that this can help you at least get the SDK installed so you can start compiling and running OpenCL applications.