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Trainer Starts But Doesn't?
 
NorkDorf  posted on Aug 11, 2014 8:55:28 PM - Report post

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Regarding the Trainer/Editor (PATCH 05.12.2014), Infinite Health, Breath, Disable St....

I double click it and it has my info in a little bar but doesn't start all the way. It worked yesterday and now it doesn't for me. It starts and then closes right away. I have Bitdefender and I turned it off along with Malwarebytes to see if that would fix the issue and it didn't. It worked yesterday when I had those things going. I made and exception in Bitdefender also yesterday but now it just doesn't start up all the way. Any ideas?
 
element5  posted on Aug 12, 2014 4:25:53 AM - Report post

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You double-clicked it? Right-click and run the trainer and game As Admin. What version of Windows and IE do you use?


[Edited by element5, 8/12/2014 4:40:20 AM]

 
0x90  posted on Aug 12, 2014 4:46:01 AM - Report post

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Take a look at the event viewer of Windows. If there is no entry it is highly likely that any security software has blocked the file. Bit Defender is known to be aggressive on my trainers and it is also known to 'ignore' user settings, one of a few reasons why I recommend to switch to an alternatively AV.

//edit: You can also try to simple restart your computer if you haven't already.

[Edited by 0x90, 8/12/2014 4:46:32 AM]

 
element5  posted on Aug 12, 2014 6:39:58 AM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by 0x90

Take a look at the event viewer of Windows. If there is no entry it is highly likely that any security software has blocked the file. Bit Defender is known to be aggressive on my trainers and it is also known to 'ignore' user settings, one of a few reasons why I recommend to switch to an alternatively AV.

//edit: You can also try to simple restart your computer if you haven't already.

[Edited by 0x90, 8/12/2014 4:46:32 AM]


Which AV do you recommend 0x90? I need to get something different myself. Saw some things about MS Security Essentials that turned me sour on that one. I also use MalwareBytes, but which AV do you like best?

 
0x90  posted on Aug 12, 2014 6:46:12 AM - Report post

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I'm using GData but only because it's made in Germany. I found out that there isn't much difference between AVs nowadays except some AVs are more coded for people who don't want to bother much with questions and popups. BD is one example, it has a hardcoded white list for the firewall. That means it auto allows some programs to call home. And other AVs still offering you more control, for example giving you the choice to decide if a file is truely infected or just false alarm (where BD for example silently blocks or delete the file).

It depends on your type of person which one fits your needs. MSE is known to not cause any trouble with our trainers that's true. But you should stick to an AV you like and which at least respect your white list so you can run our trainers without problems.

 
element5  posted on Aug 12, 2014 9:32:13 AM - Report post

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This is what changed my mind on MSE:

Holly Stewart, the senior program manager of the Microsoft Malware Protection Center, said that Microsoft Security Essentials was just a “baseline” that’s designed to “always be on the bottom” of antivirus tests. She said Microsoft sees MSE as a first layer of protection and advises Windows users to use a third-party antivirus instead.

From here where it's tested against some others:

[url]www.howtogeek.com/173291/goodbye-microsoft-security-essentials-microsoft-now-recommends-you-use-a-third-party-antivirus/' target='_blank'>Link


 
NorkDorf  posted on Aug 12, 2014 12:19:12 PM - Report post

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I found a fix around it. I make sure my bitdefender is completely not protecting when I turn on my system. Then the trainer works. I click on the trainer right away if I want it to work right when I see the desktop. After that it works just fine. But when the Bitdefender turns on after a set amount of time it turns it off. Its really weird. It doesn't do this with any of the other trainers. Ill keep playing around with the trainer to see another easier work around to get it to work. Unless others know of a work around then I am all ears
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