Vaibhav Dixit
Ansys Employee

Hello Ali,


Check if libmmd.dll (as well as below Intel Compiler library files) exist in C:Windowssystem32, rename it and try Fluent 2020 R1.


04/12/2017  08:29 PM           101,120 libchkp.dll


04/12/2017  08:29 PM           929,536 libgfxoffload.dll


04/12/2017  08:29 PM           257,280 libicaf.dll


04/12/2017  08:29 PM         1,744,640 libifcoremd.dll


04/12/2017  08:29 PM         1,744,640 libifcoremdd.dll


04/12/2017  08:29 PM         1,732,864 libifcorert.dll


04/12/2017  08:29 PM         1,732,864 libifcorertd.dll


04/12/2017  08:29 PM           341,760 libifportmd.dll


04/12/2017  08:29 PM           935,680 libioffload_host.dll


04/12/2017  08:29 PM         1,339,648 libiomp5md.dll


04/12/2017  08:29 PM            81,664 libiompstubs5md.dll


04/12/2017  08:29 PM         1,540,352 libirngmd.dll


04/12/2017  08:29 PM         3,493,632 libmmd.dll


04/12/2017  08:29 PM         3,625,216 libmmdd.dll


04/12/2017  08:29 PM            81,664 libmpx.dll


04/12/2017  08:29 PM           935,680 liboffload.dll


 


2020 R1/R2 Fluent (as well as other 2020 R1/R2 ANSYS applications) is using Intel Compiler libraries 2019 (rather than 2017) in ANSYS 2020 Rx installation directory:


But if 2017 libmmd.dll is placed in C:Windowssystem32, Fluent 2020 Rx links to the 2017 C:Windowssystem32libmmd.dll and prints that error: "Procedure entry point pow2o3 was not found in the dynamic link library"


Maybe some other software Installation put these Intel Compiler 2017 (17.0) libraries on C:Windowssystem32?


IntelCompiler and IntelMKL Redist libraries should not be placed in C:Windowssystem32 since different applications may require different version of Intel Complier libraries.


- Vaibhav