However, when I finished Metro 2033 maybe 1 month ago, I started Far Cry 3 and had zero luck with the trainer. I tried the suggestions I received from mods/users on this board, went through all the Help suggestions - more than once - and did everything I know how to do, but the trainer never activated. Ultimately, after spending close to 10 hours trying to make it work, I gave up. As it turned out, I didn't really miss the trainer on FC3, so it wasn't a big deal.
After finishing FC3 yesterday, I started up Spec Ops: The Line. Downloaded the trainer just like always and... nada. Same deal as with FC3. Moved the trainer file all around, run as admin, run Spec Ops as admin, start from steam, start from hard-drive directory, start trainer first, start game first then trainer, disable/remove firewall/antivirus... nothing worked. Again, I don't even hear the familiar "trainer activated" at the menu screen.
Something else I noticed is that I've never had to use an off-line key for the trainer before, but now with both FC3 and Spec Ops, the trainer wouldn't even run without getting the offline key first. I also notice that when clicking on the trainer link that says "Click for game support", I receive an error message stating Windows can't access the specified device and I don't have permission to access the file.
I've come to the conclusion that the problems I'm having are not related to the specific titles, but rather to my system. Unfortunately, I haven't the foggiest idea where to go from here. As best I remember, the only program I installed between Metro and FC3 was Comodo firewall, which I've removed from the equation.
Any suggestions/help are greatly appreciated!
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