First time this has ever happened to me in my time on this site, which is strange.
Tried downloading a Borderlands trainer and the trainer ends up downloading (although Chrome keeps saying the site's trying to download multiple files), but it says that it's invalid when I try running it and says I need to download a legitimate version of it.
All the trainers I had downloaded previously to today's weird virus flagging work fine. I don't know what's going on with this site at the moment, but it's sort of freaking me out. I love Cheathappens so much, don't want it becoming creepy ^_^
[Edited by jamanticus, 10/20/2010 11:23:29 PM]
EDIT: Strange, now everything's back to normal with the site. I had to disable all the warnings, but after that everything downloaded fine, could see all the images and the site's working great for me. Thanks, Cheathappens!
[Edited by jamanticus, 10/20/2010 11:32:42 PM]
1. Add the trainer to it's exception list. This usually works on well made AVs but not always the case nor all AVs have this option. Proceed to option 2 if this does not work
2. Disable the AV temporarily. This will prevent the AV from doing it's job and not deleting the trainer. You can resume the AV after playing. Sometimes an AV cannot be stopped even if disabled (example includes AVG). If that is the case, you have no choice but option 3
3. Completely uninstall your Anti-Virus. Yes it is extreme, but if the above 2 do not work, this is your only option. An Anti-Virus is seen as the computer's "last line of defense" (similar to the human body's immune system) in a secure computer. Keeping Windows as well as your installed programs up to date and not being stupid with a web browser and downloads are what keep a computer secure. If you still want an AV, Microsoft's Security Essentials is the AV that provides the least compatibility issues with CHU's trainers.
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