DABhand you disappoint me & im sure many other people also with that comment
[Edited by Bomgto, 7/9/2013 11:10:52 AM]
& KABOOM to you STEAM
[Edited by Bomgto, 7/9/2013 11:17:02 AM]
and that's just the thing of which steam is "proud", although this doesnt even stand a chance in court, they don't tell its ment to AND singleplayer and multiplayer, and the whole subscriber agreement is about multiplayer
so for me steam can go to **** it self
On July 9, 2013, Steam applied a platform update which added anti-cheat protection to the entire Steam library of games. This causes trainers to crash when pressing F1 to activate. Not all trainers and games are affected. A tool has been created that will solve the crashing issue for those games that require it. We apologize for the inconvenience but it is Steam that added this extra level of protection to their entire platform.
1. Run the trainer
2. Run the Steam_Trainer_Compatibility_Tool.exe
3. Run the game
When the tool detects the game is running, you will hear "ACTIVATED" and the tool will close itself. You can then activate and use the trainer normally.
DOWNLOAD THE TOOL FROM HERE: Link
This tool will also be pre-packaged with all trainers for convenience.
To all I just send a email to steam support saying how there T & C's never mention single player game situations and how they in fact broke their agreement with us.
Can all please do the same its the only way to get them to listen
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