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Issue solved.... apparently it is a compiler and chip issue. The SSE2 code has 147 additional statements than the SSE code. Apparently developers creating new or updating older applications are introducing the need for SSE2 processing without knowing it. In the case of Intel, the Pentium 4 and later chips support SSE2. Only relatively recently has AMD fully supported SSE2.  Intel sold the Pentium 4  between 2000 and 2008.
So all Intel based applications for machines using chips prior to Pentium 4 will fail and will either not install or not run.
Windows XP is not the issue and the IC706  program will run under XP on a machine with SSE2 capability.
Thanks for your analysis, unfortunately it seems that all the libraries used by the compiler use SSE2 and therefore it seems impossible to disable it
73 de Mauro, IZ2BKT

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