Tom Clancy´s Ghost Recon: Wildlands Discussion
Trainer Tools and Resources
You would need to have a drive image of the drive it's on (or a data copy) of both the game folder, Uplay, and perhaps the registry. I'd go about it by manually deleting all the files in any Uplay folders and GR:W folders, then extract and copy over all the older files from the backup image.
Once that's done, manually firewall all .exes associated with both applications. A third party firewall would likely be the easiest way to do that. Ideally that should do it. If not, you're looking at rolling your whole system back to that specific image point. If that's needed you'd have to execute a differential backup, roll back the whole system, then roll up everything except the GR:W relevant files and registry info.
Once I've finished the landscaping around my house I'll give this a try and report back. Figure middle of next week.
[Edited by moderator Taurusplopp, 8/15/2018 12:18:21 AM]
Please read at least the last few posts on this thread and you'll find the answer already. No, you cannot roll back to an earlier game version.
On my system, it starts to launch the game automatically after launching the trainer (as admin), but closes before it actually bring up the game, and brings back up the uplay window. Attempting to launch the game again manually after that while the trainer is still loaded results in an error
Unknown file version c:\folders\easyanticheat_x64.dll.
All AV is disabled and game works without trainer running.
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