I made a post earlier in the dead rising 2 trainer thread about the trainer crashing. I was mistaken in that I thought that the trainer was the only problem I had among the many other trainers, but it seems it's more common that I thought. Many of my library of trainers crash, some don't.
I'm on Win 7 64bits
I tried many workarounds.
I uninstalled my codec packs and dug thoroughly through my comp to get rid of unwanted codecs. I checked that every program is up to date. I rebooted after every installation, cleaned my registry, but to no avail.
Although my antivirus is setup to leave my dear dear trainers in peace, I tried to disable, then uninstall my AV and it's still not working.
The trainers are always run as admin
They keep immediatly crashing at launch, which is weird, cause I distinctly remember using them all without an hitch (although I was on Win XP 32 bits at the time).
The trainers crashing are ( for example, as I will not bore you with all 150 of them) :
- Arma 2 1.03.58627
- Assassin's Creed Bortherhood Mega Trainer 1.02
- Dead Rising 2 01.06.2011
- Dragon Age 1.04
- Fable 3 220.127.116.11
- GTA IV v18.104.22.168
- Mafia 2 (PATCH 02.28.2011)
- The Witcher 1.5
- Warhammer 40k - Soulstorm Mega Trainer 1.20
On the other hand, The Witcher 2, Skyrim, Sleeping Dogs,Crusader Kings 2, Warhammer Battle March, ... work without an hitch
Any chance you could help me out ?
[Edited by Boubba, 9/21/2013 7:50:12 AM]
Well, that did the trick. Thank you very much.
I did not even consider the IE10 problem because I wasn't even aware that mine had switched to that version. I haven't launched it since the installation of Win 7.
Again, a big thank you.
[Edited by Boubba, 9/21/2013 8:03:07 AM]
Just to let you know that IE will auto update to the newer versions. So just keep an eye on it from time to time.
Seems Microsoft offers an easy tool to prevent the automatic update of Internet Explorer to version 10.
Look for IE Blocker on the microsoft website.
[Edited by Boubba, 9/21/2013 9:41:51 AM]
It wont bother you again.