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GravyTrain

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You know how you join a server and sometimes it loads custom files, like different weapon sounds, different models, new cross hairs and cursers etc..

Well, I want to get rid of that and have it like it was freshly installed. I notice a bunch of folders in the C:\Program Files\Activision\Call of Duty 2 directory that could look like deleting those would help, but which ones should I delete or keep? :S

thanks

Edited by GravyTrain, 20 December 2006 - 09:58 PM.

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Perhaps the easiest way would be to uninstall then delete the folder.

Or you could try sorting by date...

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it all depends on the servers you play on. They are supposed to specify a folder to install the mods to. For example my server mods go to a v4v folder. If you want, you can post a screenshot of the cod2 folder structure or just type it out here and I can tell you what is safe to delete.

The alternative is to uninstall the game. delete the cod2 folder completely. reinstall. then patch the system and update punkbuster.
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