Temporarily disable Defender completely before you run a trainer. Open the Windows temp folder in Windows Explorer, start the trainer and look for the files that are created (same timestamp).
Most of the time it's 'CH.dll' which is important. Create an exception rule for this file in Defender.
Add an exception rule for the 'Work' folder too which is located in C:\Users\(YourWindowsUserName)\Cheathappens.
Last but not least the trainer exe itself or create one folder where you store all of our trainers in and set up a rule for this folder. - Enable Defender back again and try running the trainer.
[Edited by Taurusplopp, 4/29/2017 9:03:35 AM]
For setting this up, do I need to launch game with a Trainer, or just Trainer? I launched a Trainer by itself (Dead Space), but files were not created in Temp directory... Help appreciated
Open Windows Explorer -> select the 'View' tab in the top left menu bar -> check 'Hidden items' on the far right of the options
Select your user directory -> you should see the 'AppData' folder now -> double click it -> select the 'Local' folder -> find the 'Temp' folder
Try a trainer like Subnautica -> Link
I did find the CH.dll, but not the Work CH directory. Help appreciated again
With the Subnautica trainer the folder is created here -> C:\Users\(YourWindowsUserName)\Cheathappens
As it is not hidden you should find it with ease.
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