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Don't get me wrong though, he's been making excellent trainers as I have used for other games and so congradulations on the great work =) keep it up!
If you're having the same problems, use the PizzaDox trainer as have mentioned in this post. I've used it and just finished playing the game for just over 2 hours. No problems whatsoever. No graphics glitches nor crashes or faults. All the options work fine in all the levels up to the point I'm to so far.
So if you're having problems, check your drivers and if the problem still presists, well use the original exe's. If you're using a pirated copy, BUY the damn game and stop complaining. Its worth it.
Just a note, whether it may or may not relate. For people who are using nVIDIA cards, I've noticed that the Forceware 158.41 Drivers seem to run a lot more stable and better than the later drivers up to 162.15. Anything in between and up to 162.15 so far has crashed a couple of my games including Company of Heroes. So try running 158.41 if you're getting crashes. Anything else, well.. thats for you to figure out. =)
Again.. great work on releasing trainers so early as the games are released. You've definately got a loyal member here.
Edit: just in case the drivers dont work well for some cards or system, my rig config is listed below.
-Intel E6600 4mb, OC to run @ 3.00ghz
-XFX 8800GTX 768mb, OC to run @ 640mhz/1000mhz:Core/Mem
-Corsair Twin2X2048-6400C4, 2GB, OC to run @ 1000mhz.
-Gigabyte 965P-DS4 Rev 3.3 Mobo
-Rivatuner used to OC Video
-Gigabyte BIOS to OC CPU/MEM
-Windows Vista Ultimate 32-Bit.
-Admin protection crap turned off.
Thats my specs, so you dont blame me that my post wouldnt help your problem based on your specs or software configuration/variation. But I hope it helps =)
[Edited by aaron_viet39, 7/1/2007 9:25:59 PM]
[Edited by aaron_viet39, 7/1/2007 9:33:53 PM]
I hope everyone appreciates all of the hard work that Cal has put into this trainer in order to make it compatible with all the different variations of the game. Only at Cheat Happens, folks.
Well, put it this way: Calibre is a real, REAL good reason to pay for early access to the Cheat Happens trainers, rather than waiting for them to be publicly released!
I second that!
Just tried the new trainer on my system with the UNLEASHED patch, still doesn't work - the PiZZADOX one works fine.
No disparaging anyone, who knows what UNL did when they rewrote the installer - my system's a little funky anyway
P4 2.5 GHz, on a *OLD* Intel mobo (850EMV2), running XP SP2.
1 GB RAM
* Updated game trainers and cheats daily
* Get notified when new cheats are added
* Request which games get new trainers
* Priority support with any problem