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andystoney

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Hi Folks

I have 4 computers each with there own copy of Call of Duty UO with there own cd key, 3 of them work fine when playing Call of Duty online but my 4 got banned by punkbuster as my son entered the wrong cd key, He entered my CD key from computer 1 (My computer) by mistake, He has his own copy of Call of Duty with own CD key and when he put it in he got banned.

Can anyone help or point me in the right direction ?

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andystoney

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Sorry for the trouble I have found evenbalance website and have sent them an e-mail

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are you sure your son didn't do anything else, like try a hack or cheat? Normally entering a wrong cd key and then entering the correct one just doesn't result in a ban. Hopefully they will provide you with an answer.

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No the game he installed was brand new that day, Evenbalance are now looking into it for me.

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