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7Persona posted on Nov 28, 2013 6:58:14 PM - Report post
damn i love how fast i got reply. thanks !
Huniken posted on Nov 29, 2013 1:15:28 AM - Report post
Thank you for the trainer!
NecrosisDemon posted on Nov 29, 2013 8:36:08 AM - Report post
Did that work for you? Avira isn't letting me add exceptions (the option doesn't even appear, I think it's only possible in the paid version). Each time I start my trainer Avira pops up saying it has blocked ~Mnn133.tmp.
Redownloading the trainer didn't work (note I have been playing the game just fine with this trainer, this only started happening when I stopped playing last night and I accidentally allowed Avira to delete the file).
The file was still in quarantine but putting it back didn't help, it just blocks and files it away as a virus again.
I even did a system restore but that didn't work either (obviously, because Avira had to redownload its update and the problems started all over again).
I also tried running the trainer as an admin and I tried the whole offline key thing, but nothing works. And now I'm out of ideas.
The infinite ship health cheat is a lifesaver for me, I kinda don't want to play without and I don't feel comfortable shutting off Avira entirely while playing.
Is Avast still giving cheathappens!trainers problems like it did a few weeks ago? That was the reason I switched to Avira, but if Avast is no longer blocking every trainer I might go back if I can't get Avira to stop blocking that file. But if anyone has an idea on how to fix this I'd love to hear it.
You need to switch to the expert mode in the settings of Avira, then you'll be able to add exceptions (Paid version isn't different when it comes to this).
lrock48 posted on Nov 29, 2013 9:34:51 AM - Report post
Nvm, a reboot resolved my issue.
[Edited by lrock48, 11/29/2013 9:42:47 AM]
meddlema posted on Nov 29, 2013 12:55:20 PM - Report post
This is my first time posting. I have run into an issue with the trainer loading.
The trainer was working fine up to yesterday. When I went to launch it today it launched but then froze. I had to end process to get it to close.
Since then it will launch but I never see the trainer on my screen. I see it in my processes but it never loads on my screen.
It will load fine in Safe Mode
Things I have tried: - Run As Administrator - Compatibility Mode (tried several of them) - Made sure all processes and startup items were turned off in msconfig. - Rebooted - Deleted the windows/temp and appdata/local/temp folders - Deleted and redownloaded the trainer - Saved the trainer in a different location - Tried Disable Visual Themes, Disable Desktop Composition and Disable display scaling on High DPI Settings
I am at a loss as to what else I can try. I have not made any changes (i.e. updated drivers, installed apps) since I was able to use the trainer yesterday.
I forgot to add that I am not having any issues with any other Cheat Happens trainers.
[Edited by meddlema, 11/29/2013 12:57:46 PM]
NecrosisDemon posted on Nov 29, 2013 1:22:10 PM - Report post
Did some googling and apparently in a recent update they have removed 'expert mode' and made all the options available from the start. However, I still can't find the option to add exceptions anywhere.
And Avira is still popping up alerts about the mnn133.tmp file even when not using the trainer so I don't know what is going on but I think I'm just gonna do a complete fresh install of windows tomorrow, getting really tired of this crap.
Avast doesn't seem to have fixed their thing with CH trainers either.
EDIT: I finally got Avira to ignore the file with a work around, and the trainer starts up fine now... but now the game crashes when I hit F1. It's so not my day lol. It's such a good trainer too! All my sads.
By the way, is there any possibility of a non-editor trainer, like we have for AC3? They seem to cause less problems for me than the editor version do. It's fine if there won't be though, but I figured I might as well ask.
[Edited by NecrosisDemon, 11/29/2013 2:01:55 PM]
lrock48 posted on Nov 29, 2013 4:15:55 PM - Report post
I'm running into the same issue with Kaspersky, still trying to figure out how to bypass it, added the trainer the exception does not seems to be working for Kaspersky either. A reboot of the system sometimes will resolve it for a couple of hours until Kaspersky pick up ~mnn133 again.
Update: I got Kaspersky to ignore the trainer and mnn133.tmp, however still getting error message.
The error message I'm getting is as follows:
"This file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Please install a program or, if one is already installed, create an association in the default programs control panel."
Now researching on how to get pass this, running as admin does not do anything. Some other CH trainer is runniong into the same issue.
Update: was able to run trainer after figuring out which process to add to exclusion in Kaspersky, its the CH online verification that causing this.