Make sure that in the set environment, you have path added to both Fluent as well as the system32.
This string is present under the system variables path, yes. It does not help. What I do instead is open a shell of VStudio10.0 (from Start menu), and starting fluent from there. It finds the compilers and even compiles, but with warnings (which were not present under XP/VStudio6.0), and after I save and reload the case with library fluent crash-exits. So my question is, is FLuent 6.3 compilation compatible with Win7 64-bit, or I have to revert to newer Fluent version?
I need to mention that I use fluent 64bit downloaded from the fluentusers.com repository, and even though I selected Win 64bit version and the setup file name reflects that (Fluent_install-win64-6.3.26.exe), after running the installer under Win7 I get the weird warning "This installation does not support Windows operating system. Please check if an installer is available for this system". I did check the version twice, it is meant for Win-64bit. I did install it despite the warning and Fluent itself works, I even converged a case on it. But I wonder wether these compilation issues could originate from Win7 (with or w/o VS2010).