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CALL OF DUTY MODS UNINSTALL


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CHAOSKILLER

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First i would like to thank all the ppl in g2g who helped me get call of duty running althogh all of ur suggestions didnt work thanks neway.

My game downloaded some really crappy mods that change the backround and reticles for all my call of duty mp games. IT EVEN CHANGES THE SP SETTINGS!!! ;)
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Can you guys please help me with these probs they r really ruining the game 4 me? thx again.
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Can u guys please help me? you people just ignore me! I really need to get rid of these mods they ruin my game!
please help
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how did you get the game??? you fail to tell us that???? to simply remove mods, go into your program files folder, or wherever you installed the game to ... then there are usually a mod folder that holds all the mods in there, look for an uninstall if anything or if not if you know the name of the mod, right click ...... delet..... simple
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UNINSTALL THE GAME, delete the directory, reinstall!!! :tazz: ;) ;) :help: :help: :help:
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OK FOLKS I HAVE BEEN GETTING A LOT OF QUESTIONS ON WHAT ARE LEGIT FILES TO HAVE IN YOUR UO FOLDER AND WHAT ARE NOT! SO HERE IS A LIST OF ALL STOCK GAME FILES NEEDED IN YOUR UO FOLDER! ANY OTHER FILES IN THE UO FOLDER CAN BE DELETED THESE MUST STAY! OUR SERVER WILL ALLOW YOU TO DOWNLOAD ANY MAPS WE PLAY QUICKLY AND EASILY! ANY OTHER AWE_CLIENT FILES MUST BE DELETED OR YOU RISK CODUO.EXE ERROR AND GAME CRASH AS WELL AS WEAPONS CONFLICTS! WE RUN THE AWE MOD FROM A SEPERATE FOLDER CALLED TFL! IF YOU WOULD LIKE YOU CAN DELETE THE TFL FOLDER AS LONG AS YOU HAVE AUTO DOWNLOADS ON WHEN JOINING OUR SERVER IT WILL AUTOMATICALLY REDOWNLOAD THE FOLDER AND ITS CONTENTS!


UO FOLDER:

uo_cgame_mp_x86.dll
uo_game_mp_x86.dll
uo_ui_mp_x86.dll
uoconfig_mp.cfg
hunkusage.dat
localized_english_pakuo00.pk3
localized_english_pakuo01.pk3
localized_english_pakuo02.pk3
pakuo00.pk3
pakuo01.pk3
pakuo02.pk3
pakuo03.pk3
pakuo04.pk3
pakuo05.pk3
pakuo06.pk3
pakuo07.pk3
zzzz_uomappack00.pk3
version.inf
games_mp.log

HERE IS A LIST OF ALL THE STOCK FOLDERS THAT YOU SHOULD HAVE IN YOUR COD FOLDER! ANY OTHER FOLDERS CAN BE DELETED!

FOLDERS:

Docs
UoDocs
Pb
Main
Uo
miles
Tfl
Uninstall

FILES:

binkw32.dll
cgamex86.dll
cod.bmp
EaxMan.dll
gamex86.dll
localization.txt
mss32.dll
pbcl.db
servercache.dat
uix86.dll
uo_cgamex86.dll
uo_gamex86.dll
uo_uix86.dll
uoservercache.dat
validatekey.dll
version.inf
CODMP.EXE
CODSP.EXE
CODUOMP.EXE
CODUOSP.EXE


Ok, for easa of use I pulled this from another clans forum (teamtfl.com) as Deviated did a nice write up. as he said these are the files that have to remain.
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First. I want to say I'm a rather old person--And cannot figure out how to reach any folders of any type on my computer...I'm utterly clueless. I've read the topics above, and seen how people ask for the following information:

How I got the game : My son baught it from Wal-Mart and did not like it--And knew I was a large Motherland History lover--So he gave it to me to try out.

What Mod I have downloaded by accident on multiplayer : I honestly don't know--I clicked a server named 'GRZ-PU' In TDM, and ended up having my background changed--my gameplay changed--my games I can enter limited.

Why I want help : Because It is annoying me--And I get bored quickly, And I want to be able to play COD2 online without having much trouble...

If you respond to this--PLEASE keep in mind I do not know-nor have I ever operated a computer until a few months ago--And am having alot of trouble running my way through it..I can reach 'My Computer' and I open the 'COD2 MAIN' File--I don't know what to do from there..please give thorough instructions on where I should go!
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To be honest with ya, the best way for you to do it is by uninstalling the game and reinstalling it.
I am going to guess that you are running Windows XP.

Go to your Control Panel
Click on Add/Remove Programs
Scroll down the list until you see Call Of Duty 2
Click on it and click on add/remove
It will remove the program, but might tell you all the files couldn't be removed.
Close that off.
Click on the Start button and go to My Computer.
Double click on Local Disk (C:)
If it says that the files are hidden, click on Show the Contents of this folder.
Double click on "Program Files" folder
Look for a folder called Activision or Call of Duty 2.
........If you see an Activision folder, double click on it. You should then see Call of Duty 2.
Click on the Call of Duty 2 folder and press your delete button, and delete the whole folder.

From here, I would reboot your computer. Once that is done, reinstall the game from the CD, and you are now set.
If anyone wants to add to this, feel free.

Hope it works out for ya.

P.S. - It doesn't matter how old you are, what matters is that you are trying to learn. You have to start somewhere. What better way to do it than a good game like Call of Duty! :)

Edited by Pvt. Riches, 06 January 2009 - 08:05 AM.

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Thanks for replying! But one more question: How do I 'reboot' my computer? and what are the results of a reboot?
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Just restart your computer!
Sometimes, for changes made to your computer(in/un-installing software)to take affect,you need to "reboot",simply restart your comp.
Cheers
Zorba
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