Question about Activision Video Game Consoles & Games
On xbox 360 call of duty world at war come up with clean disc so i hav still no joy so i borrow one and it still come up with the same
Depending on when (and in what country) you bought your Xbox 360, you may just have a busted hard drive. Earlier generations are particularly difficult which is why Microsoft extended the "hardware failure" portion of the warranty.
If this is happening to multiple games you should be sure you are cleaning the discs very well with a fine linen cloth or something that will not scratch it. Remove all the debris from the disc and don't leave them in the sun or near sources of heat. Also you may want to get a can of air and spray out any dust that may be collecting inside the tray/lens inside the xbox.
If this is only happening to this one game, perhaps you have a corrupt file on the hard drive. Try deleting anything related to Call of Duty World at War from the memory and then putting the disc in.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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