Yeah, Steam slipped us a mickey and did 18.104.22.1680 today.
Trainer 22.214.171.1241 will not work. Geez, talk about fast updates from Bethesda.
I'll hang in there until you all sort it out yet again.. lol
[Edited by capitolray, 11/9/2010 2:54:21 PM]
I hope you were sarcastic when you said "Geez, talk about fast updates from Bethesda."
Firstly, 2 Weeks has gone by since last patch, how is that fast? Secondly Bethesda has nothing to do with it, it's Obsidian, they're the ones that made NV.
On another note, am I the only one that have noticed that if you turn on "No Reload" and then turn on "Unlimited Ammo" it'll say OFF, so you have to hit "Unlimited Ammo" twice to actually turn it on. But if you turn "Unlimited Ammo" on first it'll say "On" right away? So like:
Numpad 4: No Reload - On Numpad 5: Unlimited Ammo - Off Numpad 5: Unlimited Ammo - On
But doing it:
Numpad 5: Unlimited Ammo - On Numpad 4: No Reload - On
I found it kinda strange, but hey it's just another hit on Num5 and you're rocking..
[Edited by Cabola, 11/10/2010 12:04:30 AM]
If your trying to use option 5 for more than 1 second your begging for a 999 item crash...
Only if you have it enabled when you enter casinos, or pick up bottle caps. Those are the only times the game has crashed on me while having the Unlimited Ammo option activated.
I've been using this trainer with Steam and it's worked great, but I found a great utility on the New Vegas Nexus that optimises how your memory is used (only for 64-bit system users, though) and therefore increases performance significantly, like removing those microstutters that you sometimes get.
Here's the link for those interested: www.newvegasnexus.com/downloads/file.php?id=35262
The problem is that the utility bypasses the Steam Launcher. So when I use the trainer along with it, I get the "trainer cannot find game" message. So I'm wondering: Is there anyway you can specify to the trainer which instance of the game it recognises? If there is, could you walk me through how to do it? Not be a bother or anything. It would just be very appreciated. And if not? Well, c'est la vie.