If you use Google Chrome as your Internet browser, you might run into the same problem I've experienced today. The newest trainer might register as Phising/Malware if you have the in-built Phishing/Malware protection activated in Google Chrome.
If you trust CH (like me), and want to continue the download, you can disable the protection filter, quite easily. Following the 6 steps below.
1. Choose settings.
2. Click the "hide advanced settings" header at the bottom.
3. Switch off, Phishing/Malware protection (4th option).
4. Download the trainer as normal.
5. Turn the protection filter back on.
6. Extract the trainer file.
When I extracted the ZIP file, my virus/phishing/malware protection programs did NOT flag the file, so it just registers as a another false positive.
[Edited by TrueRonin, 2/28/2014 6:45:27 PM]
You have been on here since 2007. You obsiouly do not read all the discussion boards you download trainers from. Its expected to see a response like that from PW and Caliber. If you dont like how things work or what they say, either accept it and move on or dont use trainer for that game.
@Ultarlazuli And if he doesn't have a 64 bit processor?
Does that mean that he, like myself, cannot use your services at all in the future?
Does that make your service completely useless to us?
You better ****in believe it does.
You can't just say as a sweeping generalization "ALL NEW COMPUTERS HAVE 64BIT, GO SPEND MONEY ON A NEW COMPUTER!!!!" Computers are expensive as hell, especially ones that can play Banished, or Thief, or whatever x64 compatible games that are coming out nowadays.
It's so stupid. And if that's your business practice from here on out? **** you then. I want my money back
You most likely wont get a refund - puu.sh/7ekoh.png
Also if you play games, you must know something about computers. If you are still on an old 32bit computer, you are losing out and could have avoided this issue. 64bit OS have more functions over 32bit and better performance. Also I know of some cheap but decent computers that can play a lot of these games. Just run them at low visual settings and be happy.
PWizard has already gotten this point across in previous posts. No need to repeat a heated conversation that has already happened.
This argument is pointless. If someone doesn't have a 64 bit processor, they are extremely unlikely to be able to play this game or any other, even if the game is 32 bit, because it would be so old that it wouldn't meet minimum system requirements for most games made in the last 10 years.
Dude chill. I'm older then you.
Also I didn't talk against the team, but for them. Read a message properly before you start going at people's throats.
Disabling auto-update is a suggestion that goes for everyone. If you do - you won't stand without a trainer just because some silly small game patch changed 2 bytes in your executable. If everyone would do this, then there wouldn't be as many complaints from people who want a new trainer 5 seconds after steam auto patched their games.
With disabled auto-update you can check if there's a trainer for your game before you patch it.
[Edited by Verun, 3/1/2014 5:12:11 AM]
firewall and other security software.
on trainer and game.
version and distribution.