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If you have a compiler on your system, make sure the /bin/ directory of the AcuSolve installation is included in the PATH environment variable. Then from the compiler command prompt - and in the directory where the UDF is located - issue acuMakeDll. For example, on a WIN64 machine with Visual Studio 2005 installed, place the following in the C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\VC\bin\amd64\vcvarsamd64.bat file. These lines can be copied from the \bin\Acusim.bat file located in the AcuSolve installation. set ACUSIM_HOME=C:\Acusim\ set ACUSIM_VERSION=V1.8b set ACUSIM_MACHINE=WIN64 set ACUSIM_ROOT=%ACUSIM_HOME%\%ACUSIM_MACHINE%\%ACUSIM_VERSION% set ACUSIM_SYSTEM_CNF=%ACUSIM_ROOT%\script\Acusim.cnf set ACUSIM_CNF_FILES=.\Acusim.cnf:~\Acusim.cnf:%ACUSIM_SYSTEM_CNF% set PATH=%ACUSIM_ROOT%\base\lib\site-packages;%PATH% set PATH=%ACUSIM_ROOT%\base\DLLs;%PATH% set PATH=%ACUSIM_ROOT%\base\bin;%PATH% set PATH=%ACUSIM_ROOT%\bin;%PATH% There is no compiler included with the AcuSolve distribution, so you will need to obtain your own compiler. It needs to be a 32-bit compiler for 32-bit installations, and a 64-bit compiler for 64-bit installations.