Just bought a new video card which had Crysis 3 Hunter Edition and Bioshock Infinite bundled. I had to install some program called "Origin" (EA's attempt at Steam it appears) which is what's managing the Crysis 3 install.
The trainer won't work at all, pressing F1 at the main menu never gives the activation message and subsequent mashing on the keys to run trainer features have no effect. Game and trainer versions match, running on Win7 64bit.
My roommate has a pirated copy that's working fine trainer and all, would love to get some trainer love on my legal copy (tired of being punished for having legal s/w while pirated copies have no such issues). :-(
Any ideas how I can get this to work?
Edit: Virus scan is disabled, tried tricks previously mentioned in thread with no success.
[Edited by BeaverJuice, 2/28/2013 12:10:10 PM]
a word to the wise, don't mention pirated copies otherwise something unsavoury may happen from the mods
I know you've been giving out lots of advice on this current trainer issue, but none of the normally excellent advice seems to work, no matter what I do as soon as I hit the health or energy option on the trainer it crashes to the desktop. Could this be over zealous scanning in the last update that has caused this as the 1st trainer you developed worked a treat
Well I find that starting the game then alt tab out,then starting trainer then click back to game , F1 then 1, 2, and zero then 6 last for whole game runthru as long as you dont die before / toggling or between missions,,PWizard,s trainer still kicks butt dispite the crap in the software...oh make sure yo0u get rid of all saved games from your problem time or won't like the trainer