I have Call of Duty,played and finished, bought Call of Duty2 last year. I played it and finished, then uninstalled. Decided to play it again, now when the first disk is almost loaded I get a msi.chm error message, something about "verify files exist". I'm not very pc savy so why could I play the game with no hitch the first time, and now have difficulties installing the very same game? Thanks in advance.
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Re: Activision Call of Duty 2
The msi.chm refers to the windows installer help documentation.Probably by any chance, the dvd is scratched making the that particular set of installation files unreadable. Try copying the disk contents to your hard drive prior to installation.Then make the installation from hard drive. There is no other solution because the Error itself is not clear.
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do you play this game online or is it installed on your pc? if it's on your pc & it's locked--have you tried uninstalling the game & putting it back on your pc if you downloaded it from the internet- contact the website you bought it from & talk to their technical support
You might want to download a different version of the game. Try follow these steps:
- Go to http://download.cnet.com/1770-20_4-0.html?query=vuze&tag=srch&searchtype=downloads&filterName=platform%3DWindows%2CWebware&filter=platform%3DWindows%2CWebware
and download vuze. It is an application for downloading torrent files.
- Go to http://download.cnet.com/1770-20_4-0.html?query=ultra+iso&tag=srch&searchtype=downloads&filterName=platform%3DWindows%2CWebware&filter=platform%3DWindows%2CWebware
This is do you can download Ultra Iso to open CD images
- Go to http://isohunt.com/torrents/?ihq=Call+Of+Duty+World+At+War and download one of the CD images and then download one of the cracks/serials/unlockers/keygens
- Download the files and then open them. if you have installed vuze then vuze should open automatically and the downloads should start
- After they have finished double click on the disc image for Call Of Duty( The 6 gig one) and if you have installed ultra iso then the application should open automatically. Click on tools and then mount to virtual drive and then select the Call of duty file and click on mount. Go to computer and then click on the emulated Call of duty disc and then install it(You may want to create a copy of the disc for future use).
- Follow the keygen/crack/unlocker/serial instructions on how to use them to allow you to play the game
Good Luck hope this was helpful
Installation is not the problem. It's the thing that it is OLD game already as people are on Call of Duty 5. Anyway, you might want to download this patch and see if it does the job: http://www.gameupdates.org/details.php?id=2548
First off. Uninstall the game. go into the directory and delete anything you see with Activision or call of duty 2. then, reinstall the game. Make sure the disc is clean, use Windex or water and a rag to clean the disc. (the smallest smudge ALWAYS screws my install up..). Install. DO not play it yet. Go to there website and locate the newest patch for the game. Update the entire game first. Then go play. all the servers are kicking you because you are not updated like everyone else. The game itself and server is kicking you because you are not updated. You **MUST** update to the newest driver or the server will **NEVER** let you in. Hope that sheds some light on the situation. any further questions email. firstname.lastname@example.org