You should consider this; Is it worth the safety of your computer, to cheat in a game, also, if you really need to, there are ways to do this.
First, download the install program for your current anti-virus,
second, go offline, now uninstall your anti-virus.
Three, enjoy a working trainer, and no risk of virus slipping into your computer while you game.
Four, when you need to go back online, install your anti-virus again, and then go online.
Rinse and repeat until you clear said game, or just play the game in one sitting and stay offline.
Woah, just woah.
If you spend that kind of time to do that you would hate games by the end of the week.
And I pretty sure to get steam achievements you have to be online.
RE: PWizard: I've uninstalled my Old AV (Avira) and Installed Malwarebytes and tried the trainer (star wolves, etc) they still don't show and still only appear in the windows task manager. Are these trainers embedded or just doesn't have a (GUI) or interactive window...?
I wonder why all the other ones work...
Perhaps a different runtime or method to establish a temp file compared to others...?
You can perform a system check with the following command in Command Prompt:
So I did that and found that I'm missing two dependencies (test Star Wolves Trainer):
Now wondering where I can find these?
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