This sound as you might have forgotten to run the trainer as administrator
Otherwise something's blocking the trainer on your computer 🤔
Tested the trainer with flying colors
P.S.: Every answers to your problem can be found here: Link
Oh. and you might have to verify your PC specifications to see if it can run this game properly and/or change the video settings...hope it help 🙂
Okay, if you've been through all this trouble and not finding anything wrong with your machine...
...there's not much help anyone can provide you with 🤔
Except: re-install Windows 10 and make sure that Microsoft do Not install their own anti-viruses/anti-malware 😀
contact me via PM and I may be able to assist.
I've already completed the game ... So I'm probably done here.
I was posting mainly to make folks aware of the issues but given that there are no solid responses on how to solve them, I guess it will remain unsolved.
For my gaming PC, I run a Stock Windows 10 with all current (not beta) updates and the most up to date AMD Graphic drivers. I do not run a Software Firewall as I have a Hardware Firewall but I will not disable Windows Antivirus as there are too many viruses out there.
Any website that suggests that a user should compromise the safety of their PC by disabling Antivirus is one that will very rapidly end up on my blacklist. The Microsoft Antivirus solution is a very basic one and if modern developers can't write for it, then we have an issue . . .
In any case, I thank everyone for their attention and I will continue to monitor this thread...
Sorry, but I take offense to this:
"Any website that suggests that a user should compromise the safety of their PC by disabling Antivirus is one that will very rapidly end up on my blacklist. The Microsoft Antivirus solution is a very basic one and if modern developers can't write for it, then we have an issue."
We have no control over what Microsoft or any other security product vendor decides to block or mislabel as a virus. AVast actually told me that one of my games downloaded from Steam was a virus and wouldn't let me run it. We're not making software to keep up with your recipe collection, we are making trainers, pieces of software that must access and write to the protected memory space of another running process. You know what other programs do that? Viruses. This is why trainers are very often mislabeled. If you would like to provide us with a be-all solution to prevent this from happening, we're all ears. In fact your suggestion that modern developers specifically write code to circumvent Windows Defender or any other AV software would be ones that I would quickly add to my blacklist as apparently they have something to hide if they have to write explicit code to not set off any security alarms when their software is executed. You are more than welcome to contact Microsoft personally and ask that they examine and remove the false positive of each of our 10,000+ trainers plus all future trainers that we create and then it will no longer be an issue. After that you can also do the same for the 20 odd other security products which also falsely flag some of our trainers as malicious.
We suggest that people temporarily disable their security software, whitelist the trainer and all of its associated files so that the software is useable. Not by choice, but by the AV vendors forcing us because they just randomly classify specific programs that match a generic heuristic algorithm as a Trojan or virus. They don't actually examine our files to determine that they contain no malicious content or else this wouldn't be an issue. There are some security products that are more "trainer friendly" than others. You can also disconnect your internet while your security is temporarily disabled if you are so worried about getting a random Trojan by just being connected to the internet with no protection turned on.
Ultimately if you are uncomfortable with the process then simply do not use the trainers. It's out of our control. I can tell you that any user that has actually submitted one of our trainers for deep analysis by a real person at one of the security product support teams has NEVER found our software to contain ANY malicious content.