fatfruitcake posted on Dec 17, 2007 4:40:39 PM - Report post
I wasn't really sure where to post this so i just picked this one because this was the last trainer i downloaded. I got a new computer about a month ago. My old computer had Windows XP (ive narrowed the problem down to what im pretty sure is the OS) and i could run whatever trainer i pleased: C&C 3 1.09, CoH 1.71, this one, and a few others that i can't remember off the top of my head. When i got this new computer, with Vista, i started downloading trainers. now, i found out that who ever made Crysis Mega Trainer (32-bit) works, the Command and Conquer 3 1.09 works, and the Company of Heroes 1.60 works (1.71 doesnt work but thats a diff story: nothing to do with vista or the trainer). Whoever made those trainer's, they work with Vista. But, it seems that whoever made this trainer and all these with the same format (and i think the Medieval 2 Total War trainers too, sucks: that was my next target) dont work. Vista always says a message like "this program has stopped working" and something else about trying to find out about the problem. Then in the end, it automatically exits out of it. How can i fix this so that i can play? i read the readme and i followed the instructions to the letter (although for this trainer, it was very simple) Any help would be very much appretiated, thank you ahead of time, sorry for the length of this and sorry if this was complained about before.
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PWizard posted on Dec 17, 2007 4:52:51 PM - Report post
Vista has different permissions and different trainer engines my behave differently. Always right click and Run as Administrator when starting the trainers in Vista. You can also try running them in XP SP2 compatibility mode. You may need to disable any and all antivirus, antispyware, etc.
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