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#1 10 years ago

hi all i have big problem that ( i got too many mods in cod2 and oneday i was need to delet them all except one of them so i went to cod2/mains then deleted all files got "z_adasfg or zz_asgfsa or zzz_asgfsgs " and some files have at last "iwd" then i go to start cod2 it says couldnt load default_mp.cfg pls if anyone knows how to solve it pls tell me fast i only have cod2 no other games :( ScreenShot005.jpg

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and i can take image forr my mains and u told me what can i do to back game works again thnx all




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#2 10 years ago

OMG 21 views 0 replay !!:mad:




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#3 10 years ago

Uninstall / Delete left over folder / reinstall.

OMG 21 views 0 replay !!:mad:

btw reply's like that just piss people off :nodding:




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#4 10 years ago

Well, I don't have this game, but I'll try helping you anyway.

First, remove all files (mods or whatever) you've added yourself. I bet one of them is the troublemaker here. If the problem remains, locate default_mp.cfg file and move it to some other folder (or just delete it) to prevent the game from finding it. Now, try running the game again. If it works, all of your custom settings (controls, resolution, audio level, etc.) should be reverted to default, so you'll have to set them all over again. Game will automatically create a new .cfg file which should allow it to work normally. At least that's how Elite Force, Jedi Outcast and Jedi Academy handles their .cfg files.

Good luck.

P.S. I see goody10 posted before me. And no, I'm not pissed off. :D




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#5 10 years ago

I think your thinking of the visible cfg files. The default cfg files are usually buried inside the iw files (same as pk3) We had this alot in sof2 and usually resulted in either copying the relevent pk3 over from the disc or a uninstall and delete the left over folder.




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#6 10 years ago

I see. Well, I don't have this game, so no wonder I didn't know that. But yeah, removing the mods and making a fresh copy of the relevant .pk3 file usually solves the problem in those games I mentioned, so in theory it should work here too. And yes, manually deleting whatever is left behind after uninstallation is paramount because those leftovers are usually what originally caused the problem. Sir Goody, we agree once again. :thumbsup:

Little edit: I just took a quick peek at Jedi Academy assets.pk3 files and found a file called mpdefault.cfg in assets2.pk3 file. A bit different name, but it's basically the same thing.




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#7 10 years ago

resinstall the game =]