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Call of duty - Procedure Entry Point


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Srini

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I am having a P IV system with 256 MB DDR RAM, 1.7 GHz and 40 GB; I've a GeForce FX 5500 card. Recently, I've installed 'Call of Duty', used a keygen given in the CD and later replaced the crack file 'CoDSP' for the available exe file. But annoyingly, when I tried to launch the game, a message read - 'Procedure Entry Point not found'. I couldn't find a solution even after a thorough google search. Please help me to play this wonder game! I am eager for an early solution. With the memories of back-truck shooting and Omaha beach combat with stunning sound tracks in 'Medal of Honor - Allied Assault', I do crave to play this game alike! Thanks in advance!srinivasa_moorthy@yahoo.co.in

Edited by Srini, 10 June 2005 - 12:53 AM.

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Recently one Derek mailed me to find whether I've a solution for the COD problem. I replied in negative.
But I've found somewhere that the problem is only with the not-properly-copying pak4.pk3 file (hope the file name is right!). So, as suggested in that forum, I've downloaded the ISO Buster s/w and used it to convert the second CD into an ISO file. After installing, I've replaced the same in the installed folder (Main), with the extracted one...I mean the same (pak4.pk3 file). Still the problem remains as such! Now it shows a different error altogether. mss32.dll/some other files are missing... I don't know. This may work for some of you people who are lucky. Try this and tell me what happened.
I stopped with this and instead of lamenting, started playing 'Pain killer' - a wonderful game with gothic interiors/captivating textures/peculiar weaponry and binding gameplay...give it a try!
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