I tried reinstalling the program but it doesn't work. I need to resume my coursework on APDL so any help will be appreciated.
Can you try the following:
Rename libiomp5md.dll in C:\Windows\System32 to libiomp5md.dll.bak.
After doing so, try to run.
Renaming libiomp5md.dll worked!
thank you all so much for your help
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I'm having the same problem.
Could you share the value of your PATH environment variable? You can open a Windows command prompt and enter the following command and share the output.
Hope this helps Thanks
Do a Windows search (especially in C:\WINDOWS\system32 , C:\WINDOWS , and C:\WINDOWS\System32\Wbem) for mkl_intel_thread.dll
Do you see any hit outside the ANSYS directory ? If so, please try renaming it to something else, but please note that this may impact the software that installed this dll. Most applications should have their dlls within their installations to prevent these issues. You may find these files, and if so, rename each by adding .dll.bkup
Thanks for your help.
I've tried that but its just coming up with the same error.
Did you find these files in any other locations? Please be sure to search hidden/systems folders and share a screenshot of the search results.
Yes I found all three that you mentioned and changed their names.
And you only found them in the one directory? The search didn't reveal any other hits? It should result with the ANSYS paths as well as any others that may exist.
Ye sorry this these are the full search results
Thanks again for your help.
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