Total War: Rome 2
Cal, did anyone else get the trainer activated at the menu and then in-game nothing happening?
first of all many, many thanks for the trainer! It really works very well and I just have one question/suggestion: Could you add one small and simple option to turn ALL other options off, likewise in Shogun 2? That option really helped me a lot back then and maybe it solves other peoples issues now?
Greetings and thanks in advance,
Most Firewall & AV software these days also allow you to change the settings, allowing programs to bypass any checks. I have been using Norton's 360 Premier for years now, and since it is both a Firewall and AV in one, I simply set both the Steam Client and all CH trainers to have permissions to run. Other than a glitch with Steam a while back, I have never had a problem. I can't imagine most other Firewalls & AV software not having similar options. I know McAfee does.
Also, always set both Steam and your trainer to run as the Administrator. This will grant more privileges to the programs. Any good AV software will double check any Trainer updates during download, but I have never had any virus issues using CH. They do a way beyond excellent job keeping Malware off their site.
Just an observation from a guy who has been using CH for quite a few years now
I think this option do the same think than you do if you deactive all options before end turn ^^
It tries to research too many things in 1 turn because of the research queue. As a result of this it is glitching(crashing to desktop) Rome 2 when I end turn mid way through A.I faction turn cycle.
Meanwhile after I start a new game 4 or 5 technologies have been researched in the tech tree, so before I ended turn this time round I didnt research anything, and my turn ends with out error but then I went to a new tech tree tried to research again and my turn crashed to desktop midway through cycle.
firewall and other security software.
on trainer and game.
version and distribution.