crashes that go back to desktop randomly and after some time and the trainer seems 'invisible' are usually crashes that occur due to your graphics card. you can use task manager to kill the trainer in those instances, but I suggest you do some searches on crashing due to graphics card issues. I had to change my Core Voltage using MSI Afterburner to keep several of my games from crashing (Battlefield 3, FarCry 3, etc.) this happens whether or not the trainer is running at the same time or not.
there is no 'fix' for this from the trainer, since the trainer isn't the culprit for the crashes.
Any suggestions? Please help.
Tried running the trainer with Administrator rights / compatibility mode etc. but nothing
i have windows 8 64bit pro.
[Edited by SpartanGR, 8/10/2013 7:21:44 PM]
I double click the icon for the trainer (during the game open and tried before opening the game) and it immediately crashes.
I'm running windows 7 64 bit Ultimate edition.
I have IE10 installed but never use it. I think steam and other programs require it though. (Like Marvel Heroes)
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