I recently downloaded and turned on a trainer for Rainbow six vegas 2.
After turning on this trainer (up to date unlimited user version)
my computer gave me an error, and shut down.
After turning on my computer it went to the blue screen of death and would restart itself - over and over and over again.
The repairman says this is some kind of major file corruption issue he is not sure if it is related to the trainer i downloaded but there is a chance it probably is.
This is an expensive and grueling process of fixing.
Its also costing over 300 dollars.
Im very angered with this site if that trainer was the CAUSE of my 3,000 dollar computer failure.
Can I get some kind of PROOF it was NOT or IS the cause of it?
And how do you know it was this site, you visit several daily, what about those sites? Ever think a virus came from something else you downloaded or looked at?
[Edited by tmh32293, 8/23/2008 4:51:34 PM]
I downloaded nothing previously, or at least CLOSE to that time...
I visited honestly really no other sites besides my work, email, and usual forum sites..
I figured - there couldn't of been anything else besides this trainer that made my computer fail so horribly.
[Edited by Dezzy123, 8/23/2008 4:57:47 PM]
Like I said that trainer has been up and no one else has reported it. Plus this trainer is tested by the founders and trainer maker before it is used.
[Edited by tmh32293, 8/23/2008 5:00:51 PM]
So I restarted as prompted. And it was FRIED.
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