I can tell you i have just finished Battlefield 3 and beleive me i have had more crashes than a bumping car (Dodgems)at the fairground,but i struggled on and restarted the game and i eventually finished the game.
The last note is "The problem is with the GAME Battlefield 3 and NOT the Trainer" and thats a fact.The Trainer works Perrrfect.
With Respect to you my friend if you cannot get the trainer to work,then the problem is on your machine,have you gone through the Trainer Troubleshooter?,do all that, then come back to us all.
I have gone through the trainer troubleshooters many times. You say the isuue lies with my machine, then how is it my original trainer I purchased for Crysis 2 worked fine???
Something must be blocking the trainer from working somehow, older trainers were built different than more newer trainers from here, so the newer may be getting blocked by something by a false positive (when a security program wrongly flags a file because a few bytes of data is similar to a trojan or a virus).
Have you tried the trainer when the game is run in a window instead of full screen.. as a test of course.
If it works in the window then something could be blocking data to the game when in full screen like some screen management programs etc, which can take the focus away from the game and in some cases some rename the games process name which makes it difficult to use the trainer also.
Only other way is to use a crack/no-cd and use that instead, and do what I said earlier and back up your files also.
Maybe more info on what programs are running while you are trying to use the trainer also may help.
Yes, just tried that (Alt+Enter) but still no joy. I will try the no/cd hack next.
I have disabled the following:
Kaspersky Security Suite
Not sure which direction to take now?
The trainer for BF3 does not work at all.
The trainer for Dead Space 2 activates but throws the game out after two minutes.
Where do I go now???