Creating an offline key works well, if my "#¤%&½! firewall had worked as it should. For some reason manual program control doesn't work anymore, so I can't manually change whether or not to allow internet/network access for the trainer .exe. (This has worked in the past, so it makes me a bit annoyed. ^^
Is there some other way to force the trainer into offline mode (as I have the offline key in the directory) manually, or some other way to make the authentication part happen?
Any helpful response is much appreciated!
UPDATE: This seems to be a problem with Norton Internet Security 2009, for some reason not allowing (or not correctly defining whether or not to allow the trainer) internet/network access, making the trainer crash during the authentication process. This is, however just a theory, but as a re-install of NIS solved the problem with one of the trainers (WiC:SA) this seems to be the issue.
[Edited by PeTTs0n, 3/11/2009 12:30:52 PM]