03-27-2017 10:08 AM
I tried to install ISE Design Suite 14.6 yesterday but it failed to install and following advice I found scattered around here the steps to fix this also failed to resolve the issue.
The problem was frustrating confusion about the C++ run-time - nothing I tried seemed to work and uninstalling later versions of the run-time is not acceptable because other tools/systems require them.
My system is a big desktop (Windows 10 Pro, i7-3960X, 64GB RAM etc) and I do a great deal of .Net and Win32 development on here, I have BVS 2017, 2015 and 2013 installed.
So - is there a specification of what the ideal setup is for leveraging ISE Design Suite?
03-28-2017 12:13 AM
ISE 14.6 is not supported on Windows 10.
However, see if this AR helps in instaling ISE 14.6 on Windows 10:
03-28-2017 08:12 AM
Hi and thanks for your replies.
I'm now wondering if ISE is even what I need, after chatting with Austin (a moderator) on this other thread. I'm going to close this thread for now because it looks like ISE is even relevant if I get myself a Basys 3.
03-29-2017 02:07 AM
Great to know that your issue is resolved. Please close this thread by marking your post as "Accept as Solution".