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RE: IntelVisualFortran Compiler 11.1, 64bit-systems, NONMEM7

From: Serge Guzy <GUZY>
Date: Tue, 23 Mar 2010 09:42:38 -0700

Dear Markus.

I do agree it is indeed an Intel issue and not an Iconus one but may be
Intel 10.1 is not too different from Intel 11.

Look at the path similar to mine in 10.1

C:\Program Files\Intel\Compiler\Fortran\10.1.011\IA32\Bin

I guess you will have something like

C:\Program Files\Intel\Compiler\Fortran\11.1\IA64\Bin


In the 10.1 version the batch file that sets the environmental variables
is called



If this is indeed the case, copy that file in the directory where you
want to run your nonmem model file.


Suppose it is c:\nm7.1.2


Go to DOS and then type






May be you can even copy the ifortvars.bat file into a new batch file
you would call ifort.bat and then run the nonmem default setup. I did
not do it but it may work.

By the way, if you run form a different directory, you have to copy that
batch file into that directory and run it every time. I did not succeed
to automate that environmental variable setting.

For some unknown reason, I have also to reset the environmental
variables every time I access again that directory (after I closed it).


Best Regards;

Serge Guzy; PhD

President, CEO, POP_PHARM







From: owner-nmusers
On Behalf Of markus joerger
Sent: Monday, March 22, 2010 4:45 PM
Subject: [NMusers] IntelVisualFortran Compiler 11.1, 64bit-systems,


dear NONMEM-users,

It is one month that I try installing NONMEM on a 64-bit WIN7 system.
First I understood that IntelVisualFortran Compiler 11.1 was necessary
because good-old CompaqVisualFotran is not
compatible with 64-bit systems. By installing IntelVisualFortran 11.1,
it became clear that Microsoft
software-development-kits (SDK) have also to be installed. After
(seemingly) successful installation
of SDK and IntelVisualFotran 11.1, the software indicates
installation-command to be "ifort".

However, when trying to install NONMEM7 via MS-DOS and typing:

SETUP7 D: C:\nm7 ifort y link reg norec i unzip.exe

...compiler check fails, and "ifort" is not recognized, respectively.

Since I am not getting further help from ICON, I wonder if other users
have encountered similar problems. Generally, installation with new
IntelVisualFortran Compiler seems rather complex, especially for setting
the environmental properties.

thanks for any idea about how to proceed

best regards


Markus Joerger MD PhD
Department of Medical Oncology
Rorschacherstr. 95
9007 St. Gallen
phone: +41-765591070
fax: +41-714946368

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