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CHStoyerGL
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Installing Intel Fortran 2010 with Visual Studio Windows 7

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I have a really simple question.

My hard disk was destroyed (probably by power surges) while we were evacuated due to the East Troublesome Creek fire in Grand County, CO. Now I am trying to install Intel Fortran 2011 with Visual Studio 2010 on a new Win 7 platform. I have a CD that I created containing w_fcompxe_novsshell_2011.0.104.exe and a Microsoft CD containing Visual Studio 2010. I installed the Visual Studio first and then installed the Intel Fortran. When I run Visual Studio and try to open one of my projects, I get a message

"C:\IXOBD-II\IXOBD-II.vfproj" cannot be opened because its project type (.vfproj) is not supported by this version of the application.

To open it, please use a version that supports this type of project.

It has been probably 6 years since I installed this software on a new machine and obviously I am missing something. I have all the original e-mails I received when I purchased the product abut 10 years ago and I do not remember having this problem before. How do I get Visual Studio to recognize Intel Fortran and its projects?

Thanks in advance for any help.

Charles

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Igor_V_Intel
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Note that this compiler version is too old and not supported anymore. Even Release Notes are not available, so, I strongly recommend to upgrade to the latest compiler version. For example, you can get the latest version 2021.1 for free.


You can download it from Intel Registration Center if your support is still valid or following these links:

https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/tools/oneapi/base-toolkit/download.html

https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/tools/oneapi/hpc-toolkit/download.html


Please install oneAPI Base toolkit first with MKL and Debugger components selected (you don't need other components) and HPC toolkit after that with Fortran compiler selected. The compiler version available there does support VS2019 (16.8) version. You can get a VS2019 community here: https://visualstudio.microsoft.com/downloads/


Note that Windows 7 is not supported by Microsoft. Please consider to upgrade to Windows 10. Otherwise, you will face with many issues quite soon, e.g. missing drivers, unpredictable behavior of some tools, etc.


In general, the order of your actions looks correct. You need to install Visual Studio first and then the compiler.

However, I guess in your case we don't support VS2010 with 11.1 compiler version. As far as I remember we introduced it with 12.0 compiler version. Anyway, my recommendation is to upgrade to the latest version.


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Igor_V_Intel
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Note that this compiler version is too old and not supported anymore. Even Release Notes are not available, so, I strongly recommend to upgrade to the latest compiler version. For example, you can get the latest version 2021.1 for free.


You can download it from Intel Registration Center if your support is still valid or following these links:

https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/tools/oneapi/base-toolkit/download.html

https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/tools/oneapi/hpc-toolkit/download.html


Please install oneAPI Base toolkit first with MKL and Debugger components selected (you don't need other components) and HPC toolkit after that with Fortran compiler selected. The compiler version available there does support VS2019 (16.8) version. You can get a VS2019 community here: https://visualstudio.microsoft.com/downloads/


Note that Windows 7 is not supported by Microsoft. Please consider to upgrade to Windows 10. Otherwise, you will face with many issues quite soon, e.g. missing drivers, unpredictable behavior of some tools, etc.


In general, the order of your actions looks correct. You need to install Visual Studio first and then the compiler.

However, I guess in your case we don't support VS2010 with 11.1 compiler version. As far as I remember we introduced it with 12.0 compiler version. Anyway, my recommendation is to upgrade to the latest version.


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Igor_V_Intel
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One correction. Intel Visual Fortran Composer XE 2011 (aka 12.0 compiler version) supported some initial version of VS2010. Based on the error message you got it looks like you have an integration issue. Please consider to upgrade.