Dragon Age II Discussion
Trainer works fine if I play the game as admin.
I tried a work-around. I went into System in Control Panel and using Action Center, I changed my user account to never notify. And restarted the computer. In the game, I gave myself as much gold as allowed, that's about 200,000. And gave all characters extra attribute and ability points. I then returned to Action Center and reset my user account, because I want the safety of using that. For now, that's the best I can do.
I will let my son take a look at my problem when he comes by Friday. He has more computer savy than I go.
Earlier in the thread he pointed out that with UAC turned on, the game will no longer recognized his save game when he runs as administrator (due to permission problems). On Vista and 7, two programs must either be running as administrator or as a standard user (not one as admin and the other as standard) to be used together. I've had the same issues using Ventrilo and some of my games.
Since the trainer by default was designed to always be launched as administrator (I downloaded and looked at it), so must the game. If a program was hardcoded to always do this, you cannot override it as the end user. For some reason, the save file does not have the proper permissions to be used by Administrator which is where his problem is (if game does not have proper permissions, it will not recognized nor display his save game when he goes to load it). You have to either disable UAC or use an ICACLS command to reset both user and Administrator to have full rights to it.
[Edited by Neo7, 3/9/2011 6:46:19 AM]
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