First of all, in order for a trainer to work, it has to be written for the specific version of the game's executable. Some games, like this one, have separate executables for both DX9 and DX10 and also 32-bit and 64-bit. On top of that, they have released multiple updates since the original version. Also throw in a separate, completely different SEA (Southeast Asia) version and you can see why it can get so confusing.
The first thing you need to do if you're having problems is to CHECK THE VERSION OF THE GAME YOU'RE RUNNING.
Go to your hellgate install folder and the SP_x86 folder. You can right click on the exe files, either:
and choose properties. Go to the details tab and check the file version.
Next, download the version of the trainer that matches your game version as follows:
126.96.36.19915 DX9: Link
188.8.131.5215 DX10: Link
184.108.40.20620 DX9 (PATCH 0.6): Link
220.127.116.1120 DX10 (PATCH 0.6): Link
18.104.22.16820 DX10 VISTA SP1 (PATCH 0.6): Link
1.18074.70.4256 DX9 (PATCH 1.2): Link
1.18074.70.4256 DX9 VISTA SP1 (PATCH 1.2): Link
1.18074.70.4256 DX10 VISTA SP1 (PATCH 1.2): Link
If your version is something like 1.37.xx.xxxx then this is the SEA version and is not compatible with any known trainers. Also, if you're running the 64-bit version of the executables, there are also no known trainers for these versions. You can run the game using the 32-bit executables and the trainers will work fine on a 64-bit OS.
Also note that these are all SINGLE PLAYER version numbers. There have been several patches for multiplayer released (0.5, 0.6) but they do NOT change the single player files.
[Edited by PWizard, 4/23/2008 6:30:45 PM]
It works properly the first time I run the game. But, when I load a saved character, the "add skill points" function doesn't work anymore. I only use the Palladium, Skills and Attributes options, but the Skills option is the only one that stops working if I'm loading a saved game.
I was thinking of adding all the skillpoints I want ahead of time, but since I want to get 3 skillpoints per level-up, I don't think the game would handle 150 stored skillpoints very well.
Any ideas? My game version is compatible, of course.
[Edited by Omnis, 12/6/2007 1:28:57 PM]
So I wanna ask if there is anyway I can get the trainer (that actually works) without paying for it?
Also, if anyone has the memcode (for memory editor/hack) for skills that would be great also
Sp34k / Mike
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