Mass Effect 3 Discussion
Trainer Tools and Resources
I even used the customizer to create the key and still, not an option.
Every other option works so I'm at a loss here. I even tried the retail version of the trainer, and as expected the game crashed.
It's the War Assets option.
Edit: Derp, I didn't read as much as I should've before replying. But redownload the trainer, the option is there.
[Edited by Shotgunmaniac, 4/3/2012 9:14:57 AM]
Yeah, I saw that. But see my edit for my previous post: Origin Retail trainer definitely has the option there.
Found the problem - a very odd problem
I use Google Chrome. I run a music website and noticed every album I would try to download ended up being the same album as the first. I though that strange, so I tried Firefox and IE9. Both of those worked fine, but if I used Chrome, it'd only repeat the downloading of the first album.
I realized this is a computer problem and not a website issue -only after several hours of coding and re-coding the site.
Now how does this relate to my ME3 Origin Trainer?
Every time I downloaded it, it eneded up being the same file -over and over.
I just downloaded it using Firefox and the trainer downloaded with a completely different file name on the ZIP. Clearing the cache and temp file for Chrome seems to have fixed the issue; for now I guess.
I do have the option now though the trainer has the same version number (game) at the top.
I wonder if it would be too much to ask to have a trainer version number on the trainer? I know having the game version number is important, but how often could people crashes be solve simply by knowing the trainer revision number. I was using the first revision (presumably)and was given the instruction for the second version. I wouldn't have had to post this topic if I could easily have seen a new version was available.
I literally have NO other complaints; the trainers here are the best to be had - they say you get what you pay for, we get more here.
[Edited by btson, 4/3/2012 9:43:17 AM]
Ah, yeah. Chrome tends to do that, I think it outright explodes in one way or another when you exceed a certain threshold in cache size rather than start doing the Firefox "if you don't take care of me I'll start eating your computer from the inside, starting with memory leaks" deal. But hey, at least Chrome doesn't start introducing new ways to cause memory leaks every time it updates!
As for a revision number system, simply spot check the "updated:" date for the trainer itself. It's also a good practice to just tick "track this title" on every game's page if you download a trainer for it. You automatically get an email whenever something is updated, which would've spared you a bit of trouble in this case most likely.
Oh and put old ones in a back up folder just in case.
[Edited by ServiusTheBear, 4/3/2012 10:04:05 AM]
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