Thanks for the note. I especially concentrated on a game. For this I have chosen Max Payne. The game has the version number 220.127.116.11 and the trainer also.
So this was not the reason.
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I have now uninstalled the anti-virus software and Punkbuster and cleaned up after a restart with CCleaner everything.
The Windows Firewall I have completely deactivated.
Despite all, Max Payne has hung up again at the same point.
I know of no other security software that I had on the computer.
Strangely, even more entries PunkBuster in the firewall had been after uninstalling Punkbuster. This I deleted by hand.
I then checked my installed software and also the startup, but found nothing.
I'm really at a loss.
Run the game + trainer in safe mode, if it doesn't crash then another program is causing the interference. You'll have to use process of elimination to figure out which program, but its a start. Also make sure that you have Internet Explorer 9 or less. (You MUST have some version of IE on your PC...the trainers use it in some way...Windows does too so I'm not certain you can 'completely' uninstall it. If you've upgraded to 10 or higher and then tried uninstalling, you may have to re-install and then roll it back). IE 10 and up causes problems. I've also run into a similar issue but it wasn't the trainer or the game, I needed to update my hardware drivers (GPU, sound card, etc.) and, in the case of my NVIDIA card, roll back the driver to the last stable version (they updated the drivers, they just suck...causes my GPU to blue-screen the computer).