July 20, 2020 at 12:44 pmAliFazeliSubscriber
Can anybody help me?
A Problem for opening Fluent 2020 R1 Academic Version
When I want to open the Fluent 2020 R1 Academic Version, the following error will appear
fl2010.exe- Entry Point Not Found
The Procedure entry point pow2o3f could not be located in the dynamic link library
After pushing the OK button on the above error the fluent program was hanging and after a long time wrote the following message:
"The fl process could not be started."
I uninstall the Ansys fully and install it again but the problem has been remaining. My operating system is Win10 64.
July 21, 2020 at 11:57 amVaibhav DixitAnsys Employee
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.
July 23, 2020 at 2:08 amAliFazeliSubscriber
Wow, It works. I changed the name of libmmd.dll to libmmd1.dll in C:Windowssystem32 and my Fluent starts without error.
Thank youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu so much for your help.
September 26, 2020 at 7:18 pmamr.yousrySubscriberYou are really skilled, I applied the same solution you suggested and the problem of fluent was disappeared for me as well. I have another problem regarding ANSYS Mechanical APDL 2020 R2, which is as follows:nI attached the errors I had when I try to start ANSYS Mechanical APDL 2020 R2.nArrayArrayArrayArraynn
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