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Call of Duty 1 Installation Trouble


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bandofbrother

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Every time I attempt to install Call of Duty, the installation process gets to the second disc and I am faced with an error message that says:

The File D:\setup\data\main\pak1 pk3 could not be opened

After this I am not able to continue my installation.Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can solve this problem? Any help would be most appreciative.

Thanks

Edited by bandofbrother, 03 June 2007 - 10:50 AM.

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Try cleaning your second CD and then install it again. If you have another CD drive, then try using your secondary drive.
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Thanks for the advice, but no such luck, I still received the same error message. Any more help would be appreciated.
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I really could use some help.
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try coping the cd's to your hard drive and running the install from there.

This is a common problem with the "Game of the year" edition.
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