The issue what I have is the following: my Internet connection is sometimes extremely slow therefore I have obtained an offline key to be able to use all the trainers offline even though there is still a connection. It didn't cause any problems in the recent past. But with new trainers (Mass Effect Andromeda, Outlast 2, etc.) it's a different story. Every time I start a trainer it seems like it's trying to connect to the server despite an offline key is resting together with the trainer. Probably because of extremely slow Internet connection the trainer just won't start: Task Manager shows that the process is active but the trainer still doesn't show up. Killing the process and restarting the trainer doesn't always solve the problem. Only when Internet connection becomes more stable I'm able to launch the trainer.
In the trainers FAQ it is written: "Note that offline keys only work when the network/internet connection is completely disabled/absent." Does it mean that any trainer will always try to connect to the server if a connection is detected (even if it's extremely slow and jammed) despite an offline key is obtained and is located in the trainer's folder? Can you help me to solve the problem so as I can start a trainer at any time? For the moment I'm using Windows 10 Home 64-bit Creators Update (version 1703). Thanks in advance.
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