I think going forward all future DX10 trainers should be Vista SP1 compatible. You ask why. I know vista has its problems. But SP1
Does improve performance. My game rating was 5.5 with SP1 it is now 5.6. SP1 improved memory count and processor count. Everything else is 5.9. Games such as Crysis Supreme Commander and Company of Heroes play smoother. Please consider.
[Edited by blancmax, 4/6/2008 2:12:04 PM]
Please let us know if this fixes the problem before we move on to the DX9 version and v1.2.
[Edited by PWizard, 4/8/2008 6:47:01 AM]
When using the Palladium hotkey, the palladium display gets increased, but the actual palladium does not, so when palladium changes hands, the display will be "reset" to its actual value.
please understand the frustration, time, and extreme efforts it takes to make the trainers work for all different systems and setups and OS's.
When the OS updates to a new OS type (SP1) often system files and .dll's get updated. these .dll's may change in the way they function and store data on the stack, etc. at any rate, this affects operation of our trainers, especially on severely complex games such as this one.
we are looking into it and will have an updated SP1 DX-9 version available soon and we ask that you be patient. please note, that in the future there may be some point where we may only support dx-10 versions for SP1 for this title. you might want to look into your options regarding video cards and update to get to dx-10 at some point in the near future to assure the trainers here will work for you.
[Edited by Caliber, 4/8/2008 8:57:26 AM]
But please, a DX9 trainer for patch 1.2 (when it goes non-beta) will be enough for me.
I'm looking into DX10 cards, but my limited cashflow problem puts them out of my reach for a while, possibly longer.
I use the version 188.8.131.5220 DX10
goes only under DX9
not under DX 10
[Edited by Pillendreher, 4/9/2008 8:48:32 AM]
[Edited by Pillendreher, 4/9/2008 8:49:11 AM]