originally posted by Caliber
Are you running a trainer you downloaded and it prompts the CHEATHAPPENS splashscreen, then suddenly closes? There is a reason!
Windows pushed out .net Core 3.1 Runtimes. Our trainers and a lot of software on the internet requires these Microsoft pre-requisites to be installed. Many games use these so some people may already have Core 3.1 installed. At any rate, this is safe and normal Microsoft libraries that their software and ours and many others use. Down the line it will likely be included in normal Windows 10 installs and updates. Once you do this, all our newest trainers that you download from now on will work, so it's do this once and then you are done with it.
Here are the links
Install both, then reboot, then try the trainer. Should be good to go.
I apologize that our trainer doesn't tell you that these are not on your system then prompt you to download them. We are still investigating why that doesn't happen, since Microsoft said that it would do this automatically.
We are using the newest and most efficient libraries as we continue to innovate and improve our trainers and our software and tools. This is one of the things that allows us to do that.
Anyways, thanks for your subscription and we look forward to bringing you more great trainers in 2020.