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I had to re-install COD2 for pc. I got through disc 6 on install and computer asked me to re-insert disc 1. I broke the disc accidentally wiping it and now need a clone disc 1. Having purchased the game I have the key. Can I download a "duplicate disc 1" file which I in turn could unzip and burn to a cd?

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Yes you can. Try downloading it through a TORRENT. Use BITCOMET or UTORRENT to be able to download TORRENT files.

www.bitcomet.com/

www.utorrent.com/

If you still can't find it, contact InfinityWard to and let them know you bought the game, but broke DISK one. They might be able to replace it.

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