On 26 March 2013 12:23, Greg Chicares wrote:
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On 2013-03-26 10:05Z, ghtrjhrtj wrote:
> when I run
> C:\MinGW\make.exe
> it print:
> mingw32-gcc -c -msse2 swsse2.c
> In file included from swsse2.c:12:
> swstriped.h:4:23: emmintrin.h: No such file or directory

Paste the command that 'make' executed:
  mingw32-gcc -c -msse2 swsse2.c
into the shell. Probably you'll see the same error message, which
indicates that 'make' is not the problem. Perhaps you need a gcc
'-I' option to declare where 'emmintrin.h' resides.

The '-I' option really shouldn't be necessary; emmintrin.h is a standard
header furnished with GCC itself, so it should be found in the standard
header search path.

Add the '-v' option to the mingw32-gcc command line, and show us
where the compiler is searching for includes; it does really look like
mingw32-gcc is improperly installed.