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Post by LongLiveHarryPotter7 on Sat 14 Jul 2018, 15:03

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So, I've been looking high and low for a solution to this, and I'm near tearing my hair out at the roots at this point. I've followed the installation instruction to a T, I've disabled all Anti Virus and Defence that my PC has, and tried re-installing several times. 
I've re-downloaded the crack, re-applied it, and still the problem persists. I'm at my wits end and would really appreciate some help with this, and I'm hoping that, since I am using your cracks, someone in here might know a solution? I'm laying my faith and hope in your hands, Humans of the Internet; please help  Why God.


EDIT

Yeah, someone pointed out that putting it in the non-(x86) Package Files helps a lot =w=;


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Post by Guest on Fri 15 Feb 2019, 00:57

If you have just the Windows Firewall, then yes, it should be blocked now. But I think whitelisting "Game\Bin" folder in your anti-virus is more important. You can try completely disabling your anti-virus (temporarily) and disconnecting from the internet just to test if it works.

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Post by J.J. on Fri 15 Feb 2019, 01:04

anadius wrote:If you have just the Windows Firewall, then yes, it should be blocked now. But I think whitelisting "Game\Bin" folder in your anti-virus is more important. You can try completely disabling your anti-virus (temporarily) and disconnecting from the internet just to test if it works.

Thanks for your answer! I apologize, I forgot to mention in my previous message that I don't have any anti-virus in that PC (where I have TS4 installed), only the Windows firewall. I tried starting the game without internet connection, but the error persists.

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Post by Guest on Fri 15 Feb 2019, 01:08

If you haven't installed any anti-virus then you still have Windows Defender or Microsoft Security Essentials (I think that's the one on Win 7). Those also count as anti-viruses.

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Post by J.J. on Fri 15 Feb 2019, 02:04

anadius wrote:If you haven't installed any anti-virus then you still have Windows Defender or Microsoft Security Essentials (I think that's the one on Win 7). Those also count as anti-viruses.

You are absolutely right! As this was the first time I had this issue after installing any update, I forgot that Microsoft Defender even existed. I thought I had all the default Windows anti-virus systems turned off, but Defender was on. Turning it off solved the problem. Thank you very much for the help and the quick answers!
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