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Battlefield 2 Disk Errors


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Hi I just purchased BF2 off of Ebay after playing on a set of borrowed disks for a while. I tried to install the game and everything was going fine untill it promped me to insert disk 2. It then promped that the setup cannot continue, please try again from the begining. I contacted the seller after I tried interchanging the borrowed and new disks and had disk 1 replaced. The setup still did not work so I contacted EA and after numerous messages, EA said that is is a defective disk and I should return it. I contacted the seller and refund is possible. But I would rather have the game and have run completly out of ideas.



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Hello and welcome to G2G!

Have you tried using a different CD drive?
Have you tried changing the the transfer mode of the drive to PIO only mode?
Have you tried manually installing the game? (Link below)

http://support.ea.co...amp;p_topview=1

Edited by ZEUS_GB, 25 December 2006 - 04:39 PM.

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I had this problem until I did a manual uninstall of Battlefield 2.

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I don't think I need to manually uninstall it because I have tried it on 2 other computers that have never even read the disks before. I tried it with 3 different drives in my computer(CD-RW, DVD Rom, DVD-RW). I emailed the seller and I am going to send it back.

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listen to blaster thats what youll have to do remove all of the old bf2 files to get it to reload
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listen to blaster thats what youll have to do remove all of the old bf2 files to get it to reload
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listen to blaster thats what youll have to do remove all of the old bf2 files to get it to reload
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listen to blaster thats what youll have to do remove all of the old bf2 files to get it to reload
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sorry all those popped up something freaked out with the server i guess when i hit reply it hung and then they all popped up sorry
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