What is going on?
Update: I should mention that I'm running Win10 Pro x64
[Edited by ArchangelM127, 10/13/2016 8:35:10 PM]
So, what's going on is something on your machine is blocking them, probably Norton or Windows Defender if I had to guess even though you have excluded them from scanning. Otherwise you don't have proper permissions or are not right clicking run as admin on trainer, or maybe you just need to reboot. But what I can tell you is that there is nothing wrong with the trainer(s) themselves.
In view of your successful test, PWizard, I downloaded the XCOM 2 trainer to my laptop, where it ran as normal. When I transferred *that* copy of the trainer to my main gaming rig (where all of the trouble is) it ran as normal.
The obvious conclusion is that there is something wrong with the download process specifically on my gaming rig. Do you have any thoughts about what that might be? I have a viable solution via my laptop, but it's a pain. Do you think my copy of WinRAR might have gone screwy?
If you have any kind of browser addons or extensions, especially any security related, even by Norton, then disable them as they can cause the downloads to be corrupted.
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