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Punisher30

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My Call of Duty Multiplayer was working fine untill one day when i tried going on it a window popped up and said last time it didn't quit properly. Then it asked me if i wanted to run it in safe mode. I chose yes. The screen then went black and went back to my desktop and it said CoD.exe encountered an error and had to close. So i tried running it regular and it did the same thing.
Please help me out. I have no idea what to do. Thanx
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I had this myself. Try a fresh reinstall and let us know how you get on. Update to current 1.5 and in the future when your game crashes, which could be for a number of reasons, always select 'no' when it asks you to run game in safe mode as it changes all your settings to default. Tell me a little more about recent changes you've made on your pc.
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:tazz: the multiplayer on my Pc is currently not working too. I reinstalled it already and i still cannot get it to work. my PC isn't overclocking either. What do i do??
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