Assassin´s Creed III
Ok I got the AC3 trainer 1.03 steam version and that one does the same thing like the exclusive one.....it crashes. Here is what I get when it crashes:
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: AC3SP.exe
Application Version: 0.0.0.0
Application Timestamp: 510bc1c0
Fault Module Name: AC3SP.exe
Fault Module Version: 0.0.0.0
Fault Module Timestamp: 510bc1c0
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Offset: 0003e9c6
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3
Locale ID: 6153
Additional Information 1: 0a9e
Additional Information 2: 0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789
Additional Information 3: 0a9e
Additional Information 4: 0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789
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[Edited by Pjewel, 2/22/2013 2:55:10 PM]
Does the game crash when you play it without the trainer...the Application Name in the error log is AC3SP.exe, which leads me to assume the game itself is crashing, not the trainer. Exception Code: c0000005 basically means that the Application (AC3SP.exe) is trying to access locked memory...which indicates a myriad of issues from video/sound card drivers needing updates to a coding error in the application itself none of which are CH-related issues. Could also be an Anti-virus issue...try disabling/uninstalling that too.
[Edited by Wrythe1985, 2/22/2013 3:27:55 PM]
Problem 1 - "I hear activated over and over"
Answer - Reboot your computer. Stuff gets jumbled around in there and a nice reboot will clean it out. I know you're saying I rebooted just last week/month/year/yesterday/today. Just try it. You will love me. It works EVERY TIME.
Problem 2 - The trainer works I push the button a couple times then it stops working.
Answer - Put your antivirus in silent mode. Sometimes after a few pushes it thinks the trainer is trying to steal your computer via memory address manipulation. For some strange reason putting it into silent mode stops this behavior. I’m not smart enough to tell you why it works.
Problem 3 – This is one of my favorites. “When I download the trainer my antivirus puts it into quarantine”. Others say “When I try to run the trainer it tells me it’s a generic Trojan virus”. Yet others say “When I unzip the trainer my antivirus puts it into quarantine”. Usually followed by one of these statements:
Cheat happens is trying to hack my PC.
You guys are using viruses to get peoples info.
Blah blah blah whine whine whine….
Answer – Your antivirus sees what the trainer is doing and says HOLY CRAP!! It’s trying to do something bad by making a program work different than it’s supposed to… Well yeah, that’s exactly what it’s doing. In order to stop this from happening what you have to do is create a folder that your antivirus doesn’t look at. Google the following phrase “how to create an exclusion folder in (put name of antivirus here)”. Look for one that says something to the effect of “how to create an exclusion folder in (whatever antivirus). Follow those steps and you will have a folder your antivirus isn’t going to constantly quarantine things from.
NOTE: DO NOT PUT ANYTHING IN THE FOLDER EXCEPT FOR TRAINERS YOU GET HERE. IF YOUR ANTIVIRUS QUARANTINES ANYTHING ELSE ANYWHERE ELSE LET IT DO SO.
Problem 4 – My trainer won’t authenticate.
Answer – There are a couple things that can cause this.
A - If you are reading this and are on a different computer but couldn’t get to the website on your other one check your internet cables. I know it’s a jackass thing to say but I don’t know how many times my big feet have kicked a cable loose. Just check it.
B – If you use a firewall like zone alarm either make an exception for the trainers or just turn it off while you are using a trainer.
C- DO NOT touch the trainer or push any other buttons on your computer until it authenticates. Do not try to move it etc etc etc. Sometimes the trainers get fussy when you move them while they are trying to authenticate. It can also make the trainer crash.
D – As said above turn off your firewall software and put you antivirus into silent mode.
E – Run the trainer in administrator mode. Right click the trainer and click on “run as administrator”. A yes/no window will probably jump up. Click yes.
Problem 5 – Certain keys won’t work after I turn on the trainer.
Answer – Read the instructions and make SURE you follow them. Sometimes turning on and off cheats will really mess things up if you do them at the wrong time. A good example is XCOM. If you add resources and back out with the cheat turned on all your projects now take like 11k days to complete. One more important thing about buttons messing up, I think all trainers say “Press F1 at main menu”. The reason it’s there is to avoid conflicts with things as they are loaded. I don't know how many times I have cursed myself over forgetting this small detail. Also make sure num lock is on.
There are a couple more common things but I am real sleepy so in closing I will say the following:
99.99% of trainers can be eradicated with the following steps.
1. Reboot computer. (And do so at least once a day). It’s OK the old wives tail about not shutting them down is pure crap.
2.Run trainers as Administrator.
3.Turn off firewalls like zone alarm or make an exception for the trainers.
4.Make an exclusion folder with your antivirus and put your trainers (AND ONLY TRAINERS FROM HERE) in the folder. Download them directly to the folder or antivirus software may snag it before you can move it and unzip it.
5.Put your antivirus into silent mode while you play games. Not only does it help with trainers but it improves game performance because your antivirus isn’t doing as much crap in the background. In some antivirus software it’s called “game mode”. Use it.
6.And last but not least. READ THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE TRAINER. Print them, write down the ones you use, or put them onto another monitor or PC so you can read them before you use them. Read the instructions EVERY TIME there is an update. Instructions can, and often do, change from version to version.
7.This last one is the most important. If getting the trainer to work is driving you nuts, get up have a drink of your choice, possibly a cookie, take some deep breaths then check the instructions or these steps again. Look for “stupid” things you will smack your forehead over later. Like the internet cord. That is the very reason I am typing this now. Big feet sink big ego…
[Edited by Tetz, 3/9/2013 11:17:33 AM]
- Fixed issue with smoke bomb ability
- Fixed character stuck in texture at Saint Pierre map
- Fixed targeting exploit
- Fixed issue with Animus Hack ability
- Fixed some UI/overlap related bugs
- Matchmaking is now more friendly to group search
- Loyalty feature should work properly now
- Issue with weather effect fixed
- Other minor bugs fixed
- Added quick access to Abstergo Store from any screen via one-click on the wallet zone inside Templar Profile area in the top-right corner.
- Added new tip about the Abstergo Store explaining its goals and opportunities to novice players.
Patch 1.04 is out.
EDIT: Ubisoft Digital Download exe file.
[Edited by LordJB, 3/13/2013 12:43:55 PM]
[Edited by LordJB, 3/13/2013 12:44:14 PM]
firewall and other security software.
on trainer and game.
version and distribution.