A trainer changes a piece of code in the game. The reason a trainer that doesnt match the game patch either crashes or doesnt work is because the trainer still changes a value but it changes the wrong value.
In the same way, a trainer that included the firewalker invincibility cheat would rely on the fact that the user had the firewalker DLC - the cheat would only work if you did and if you didnt it would simply crash the game or fail to work.
Since all of CheatHappens trainers have to be stable before they are allowed to charge money for them, it wouldnt happen guys.
Just run the search to find
I'm running the selfrepairrate at 9000, and the delay at 0.01 it does not make you invincible but you are a bit tougher so you just don't get 1 shotted. I also changed the fuel capacity for the Normandy, amount of probes, how many minerals you get when you scan mine planets to build my minerals fast, and made my storm speed regen rate 10.0 across the board for all 4 stats of it so it gives you infinite storm speed.
I hope this info helps peeps.
[Edited by darkshadow139, 6/18/2010 1:39:55 PM]
Don't worry, my game crashes all the time i think its a power supply related issue, im showing some serious power spiking at 80% and above load.
I have no doubt with anyone else this will work XD
Sadly the new patch hasnt fixed my crashing problem but im almost certain i need a new power supply. Just out of interest, anyone else showing similar problems? Game crashing after a few minutes of playing, glitched repeating sound (like a CD skipping) and blank screen/freeze up?
No I can't say I've run into that problem. it does sound like you may have a hardware issue like the power supply you mentioned. Although you may want to try reinstalling the newest stable graphics drivers, and sound card drivers if you are running a separate sound card from the on-board. Once you are sure all your drivers are up to date then try running the game and see if you have the same crash issue.
Also disable any online features to the game in the options outside of the autosave. I was told for people running 64 bit OS's that can cause a crash bug also. if all that fails then you are running into a definite hardware issue which could either be your power supply or one or both of your graphics cards.
Im running 32bit windows 7 and i generally put ESET into "full block" mode whenever im gaming... im pretty paranoid about my security settings so everything has to be as secure as possible.
Im inclined to believe its the power supply - hotwired it by bypassing the pins on the ATX 24 pin and circuit tested it with a voltmeter, showing some spiking on every rail apart from the 12v rail.
PC has also started crashing randomly when im doing something intensive but i realized i had the CPU undervolted XD