Warhammer 40k: Dawn of War 2 - Retribution
pritty much you Do not need these other a/v's unless you are running around places that are known to harbor probs and hackers do not go around attacking home systems for giggles.
But anyways. Back to point
Basically its the basics. If your comp go's on ya and you cant figure out what caused it. You then systematically go through everything. E.g. If your fire wall is blocking it, Then you gotta let it through to work. If its your a/v that is blocking it you need to get it to ignore the file or disable your a/v. usually its the resident shield system that picks it up. Some times there is a part in the a/v for you to tell it to leave things alone. If not you will just have to disable it. Pretty easy to work out.
[Edited by crusaderoath, 3/5/2011 10:19:12 PM]
Useless answer, to be really honest. He could run a VM with Windows, or games in a Wine environment under Linux - and therefore avoid or mitigate viruses.
Running Windows without a AV and/or Firewall isn't the smartest decision. (Being a "wizard" with computers, he should be pretty aware of this. There's a lot of malicious content on the interwebs - even on seemingly harmless sites.) Sure, you could use aforementioned methods, combined with a proxy net (to avoid hackers) or other similar solutions. Still doesn't remove the usefulness of a good AV suite for the average user.
On topic: been using the trainer with a few options - haven't really noticed any problems (crashed to desktop in one mission so far, been playing through ~10 of them) - using the resource and populations options only, so far.
Right again am going to state this again.
This is not a bug. This is the game raising the level of enemy up. not the trainer. There is nothing the Trainer team can do about this!
Trainer 18.104.22.16837 This will work for 3.11Link
[Edited by Lord-Servius, 3/6/2011 1:43:34 AM]
firewall and other security software.
on trainer and game.
version and distribution.