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Half my trainers are crashing on start
 
predcon  posted on Mar 28, 2013 11:29:06 AM - Report post

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Mine still aren't working. Since I found they all work in Safe Mode, I've disabled all startup programs one by one, and nothing works.
 
CJDJ  posted on Mar 30, 2013 11:09:27 PM - Report post

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As per the Sticky in the Main Troubleshooting Forum, did you revert your IE10 back to IE9?
 
predcon  posted on Mar 31, 2013 3:14:10 AM - Report post

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As per the other two times I've already said it, yes. Unless something went wrong and it was not completely uninstalled, it shouldn't be an issue at this point.
 
biggles  posted on Apr 01, 2013 4:16:30 AM - Report post

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I'm looking around as my trainers are not working today either, won't start up, disabled the AV .... all I can think of is an unknown windows 7 update? ... i'm win 7 6b bit myself.

So just read I need to get rid of ie10? .. google is a wonderful thing. went to control panel/windows updates, evil ie10 was updated 2 days ago. deleted the update, now have ie9 again .. since i use firefox i never even knew that.
And my trainers all work again : )

so if your trainers don't work in win 7 64bit, f off ie10 back to ie9.
Thanks folks

[Edited by biggles, 4/1/2013 4:46:58 AM]

 
predcon  posted on Apr 01, 2013 3:41:18 PM - Report post

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On a hunch, I uninstalled IE9 and then reinstalled it. All the trainers worked after uninstalling it, and they still worked after re-installing it (not having IE9 kinda screwed up a bunch of other things, so I had to reinstall it). Additionally, I uninstalled all the 'KB######' updates that were simply labeled 'KB######', and not 'Security Hotfix that you probably don't need for Windows crap'. If I had to guess, the solution was the latter of these two actions.

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Or, maybe neither of these. The trainers that had been crashing before were suddenly crashing again. The culprit turned out to be the 'hook' application for the MSI Afterburner OSD, which may or may not have been updated in the past few months (it wasn't listed as updated recently in the P&F list, so it didn't occur to me to check). Switching the 'Application detection' setting to 'None' seems to have solved the issue, and sped up the startup process for Windows overall. Go figure.

[Edited by predcon, 4/1/2013 3:46:57 PM]

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