Installation Hiccoughs

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WhiteMage
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Installation Hiccoughs

Post by WhiteMage » Thu Mar 16, 2017 3:30 pm

So, since CheatEngine suggested that I upgrade to 6.6 (currently using 6.5), I've tried to install the newest version.

I repeatedly run into the same two problems:
- Avira blocks the program altogether (but that is solvable)
- The system throws up an error message saying there are not enough ressources to run the program.

That second problem leaves me a little stumped, since my computer is rather performant. So, what could the issue be?

Eric
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Re: Installation Hiccoughs

Post by Eric » Thu Mar 16, 2017 4:18 pm

i'd go with uninstalling avira and REBOOT (important) and see if that fixes it.

besides that, do you get the error when you start ce, or when you do a scan ?

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Re: Installation Hiccoughs

Post by WhiteMage » Thu Mar 16, 2017 5:49 pm

I get the error as soon as I try to run the installation. So I don't even get any further than that. I already have 6.5 installed, with which I didn't have problems like that.

Eric
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Re: Installation Hiccoughs

Post by Eric » Fri Mar 17, 2017 6:27 pm

different versions different signatures.
perhaps it doesn't like 6.6 because it gives win 10 apps read/execute access to the install folder which 6.5 does not. (it's so veh and speedhack wirk on those as well)

either way, 'something' is interfering with the proper usage of cheat engine. (that reboot is really important, can't stretch that enough)

Schnitzelmaker
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Re: Installation Hiccoughs

Post by Schnitzelmaker » Fri Mar 17, 2017 9:10 pm

The installer has ads inside which are blocked by anti-virus programs by default. Use the zip package (non-installer Version) instead and unpack.

I really dont like installers with random software/ads. One time there was one inside which tried to hijack my computer. Lucky firewall blocked it and i could remove it the hard way from my system :(

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