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#1 13 years ago

hey all you cod fans i have a problem with cod multiplayer every time i start up the multiplayer a window comes up and asks me if i want to run the game in safe if you choose yes it will change your system settings but not your controls so id pick yes and it would go and then it would crash back to my desktop and another window would come up it says cod.Mpexe has expericened a problem and needs to close down i will try it again and pick not to run it in safe mode and them same thing would occur it also tells me to send or do not send and error report to microsoft ive tried both i dont how to fix the problem plz help! ive tried installing and uninstalling but no luck help! the multiplayer used to work just fine and now its not




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#2 13 years ago

have u tryed lowering ur firewall settings abit 2 see if that works and try a cold boot 2 i had it happen 2 me and when i did a cold boot it was fine again




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#3 13 years ago

i will try now thanks




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#4 13 years ago

cold boot? i would ask my son what this is but he is not home

whats a cold boot?




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#5 13 years ago

Its not a booting problem. There are files called pk3 files. These make the game run. Yours have become corrupted. You need to do a clean reinstall, checking the pk3 files sizes as you go. Heres how: 1) Run Add/Remove programs, and uninstall COD/UO 2) When finsihed, double-click the My Computer icon. Then double-click the C:\ drive. 3) Double-click Program Files. 4) Right-click on the Call of Duty folder and select Delete. Remove the COD.INI file from your hard drive. 5) Click the Start button > Find (or Search) > Files & Folders. 6) Search your C:\ drive for a file named COD.INI. 7) The file should be located in C:\WINDOWS. 8) Delete this file. 9) Reboot your machine. At this point the game is completely removed from your system. 10) Now reinstall the game. But before you do make sure both your laser head on your ROM drive, and the CDs are clean and free of scratches. 11) Before you apply any patches, check the pk3 file sizes: This is what they should be: Call of Duty version 1.0 (N.B. these do NOT represent 'Game of the Year' edition) localized_english_pak0.pk3, 167,895,169 bytes localized_english_pak1.pk3, 126,070,475 bytes pak0.pk3, 167,014,921 bytes pak1.pk3, 165,964,103 bytes pak2.pk3, 165,555,454 bytes pak3.pk3, 167,888,227 bytes pak4.pk3, 167,607,183 bytes pak5.pk3, 80,540,215 bytes pak6.pk3, 613,326 bytes If they are ok, then apply any patches. Check the pk3 file sizes again. These are the right sizes for patch 1.5: Correct File sizes for version 1.5: localized_english_pak0.pk3 167,895,169 bytes localized_english_pak1.pk3 126,070,475 bytes localized_english_pak2.pk3 17,592 bytes localized_english_pak3.pk3 8,501 bytes localized_english_pak5.pk3 9,544 bytes pak0.pk3 164,229,067 bytes pak1.pk3 165,964,103 bytes pak2.pk3 165,555,454 bytes pak3.pk3 167,888,227 bytes pak4.pk3 167,607,183 bytes pak5.pk3 80,540,215 bytes pak6.pk3 613,326 bytes pak8.pk3 1,091,088 bytes pak9.pk3 18,971,056 bytes paka.pk3 3,101,786 bytes pakb.pk3 5,087,181 bytes If the file sizes are correct, then the game has properly install again, and should work fine.




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#6 13 years ago

This happend to my cousin first of all dont run in safe mode and install the damn patch >.




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#7 13 years ago

Good old(i mean young) Tally 2 save the day (his ur guy):D IZA all the way my man:bows:




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#8 13 years ago

yes i can finnaly play again lol! ty tally