Intel® Inspector User Guide for Windows* OS

ID 767798
Date 3/31/2023

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Troubleshooting No Problems Detected


In the Problems pane, the Intel Inspector displays no problem sets.


This may be valid result that requires no corrective action.

Possible Correction Strategies

If this result is unexpected, do one or more the following:

  • When you configure the project:

    • Choose a different data set.

    • Increase the number of threads used.

  • When you configure the project:

    • Choose a wider preset analysis type. For example, if you ran a threading error analysis using the ti2 preset analysis type, run a new analysis using the ti3 preset analysis type.

    • Choose the Do not apply suppressions radio button in the Advanced region on the Target tab of the Project Properties dialog box to ignore all suppression rules.

  • If you ran a memory error analysis, run a threading error analysis. If you ran a threading error analysis, run a memory error analysis.