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Here is a map so everyone can tell what time to schedule their game. (and both teams show up same time)

Pacific Time (West Coast) - 1pm
Mountain Time (Rockies) - 2pm
Central Time (Mid-West) - 3pm
Eastern Time (East Coast) - 4pm

If you can't figure it out from this ^ table & the maps below.. go back to school you are an idiot.

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Enhanced exploit prevention measures kick for UNTRUSTED dll

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  • Enhanced exploit prevention measures kick for UNTRUSTED dll

    H-Hour's self protection and exploit detection systems have been expanded to cover more compromise methods.<br><br>Players using tools such as "ReShade" will no longer be able to run the game, and should remove such applications<br><br>In the event that a legitimate application is identified as an exploit attempt, follow the instructions below to identify and fix your out of date or corrupt drivers and address the conflict.<br><br><br><div class="bb_h1">STEP 1:</div><br><br>In File Explorer, find the listed file below and open it for edit:<br><br>Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\H-Hour Worlds Elite\HHourGame\Saved\Config/WindowsNoEditor/Engine.ini<br><br><br>Add the Following text" at the end of the file and save.<br><br>[Core.Log]<br>LogHHour=Verbose<br><br><br>The Entire File, should now look like this. <br><br>[Core.System]<br><br>Paths=../../../Engine/Content<br><br>Paths=%GAMEDIR%Content<br><br>Paths =../../../Engine/Plugins/2D/Paper2D/Content<br><br>[Core.Log]<br><br>LogHHour=Verbose<br><br><br><br><div class="bb_h1">STEP 2:</div><br>Restart H-Hour, it will shutdown again but also create a list of running apps/dlls you can use to find the problem.<br><br>Open the following generated file and search for the term "error":<br><br>\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\H-Hour Worlds Elite\HHourGame\Saved\Logs\HHourGame.log<br><br><b r>Once you know the untrusted app, you will need to research why it is a problem, update, disable or uninstall. <br><br><br><b><u>Reasons include:</u></b><br><ul class="bb_ul"><li>out of date drivers/software -- fix is to go to the software site and download the newest version and install. It really is not a good idea to run out of date, unsigned software.<br>OR uninstall or disable the software if you do not need it<br></li><li>intrusive software.</li></ul><br><div class="bb_h1">Examples of intrusive software seen:</div><br>C:\Program Files\YoloMouse\Yolo64.dll is NOT TRUSTED!! This is a software that can get you banned in some games as it manipulates the in game cursor.<br><br><br>C:\Program Files\Common Files\Motive\pcContextHook_DSR.dll is NOT TRUSTED!! This is ISP network monitoring software related to Motive SmartBridge and likely installed by your ISP to monitor your system. Not needed until you have actual issues so disable it from auto starting. <br><br><br>C:\Program Files (x86)\LG Electronics\OnScreen Control\bin\ScreenSplitterHook64.dll is NOT TRUSTED!! This is likely outdated drivers but I am highlighting as you should closely review this one if it pops up as to whether you need the software. There are reports this software disables windows protections and runs all apps as an administrator if installed. Do be careful and do your research.<br><br><br><br><div class="bb_h1">Things to be concerned about:</div><br>If the message is related to Windows standard software either you have a corrupt file, Windows is not updated or you potentially have malware. <br><br><br>Example:<br><br>C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\ink\tiptsf.dll is NOT TRUSTED!!<br><br>"tipsf.dll" is a DLL file used by Microsoft Tablet PC Component created by Microsoft so should not be unsigned. <br><br><br>For these instances:<br><br>Run Windows Update to see if any missing updates are identified.<br><br>If your system is up to date, run the System File Checker (SFC) scan on your computer to fix the file. SFC toolscans systems files and replaces incorrect versions with the correct system ones.<br><br><a class="bb_link" href="" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer" ></a><br><br><br>If that does not fix the issue, it is possible Microsoft no longer supports that file so you should disable. This shows how to do this:<br><br><a class="bb_link" href="" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer" ></a><br><br><br>If you suspect malware at all, you can get guidance at this site:<br><a class="bb_link" href="" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer" ></a><br>