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Call of Duty 2: installation problem


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SteelfiistarN

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I'm having this weird problem. When i'm installing the game and it is nearly complete. This error message appear and says: Error 1305: Error Reading From File E:/Setup/Data/Main/Localized_english_iw00.iwd. Vertify that the file exists and that you can access it. I don't understand anything , iv'e tried installing it manually but it doesn't work either. I'm not that good at computers, could someone please help? :)
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You may want to start your own topic and that way a tech can help you faster. This topic is almost 4 years old.

Edited by rshaffer61, 24 May 2009 - 10:06 AM.

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Laettner Lyle

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Hello Guys
Ive got a problem with call of duty2
Ive done installing it the latest drivers and all the system requirements.
This is what it says:

cannot locate the DVD-ROM
please insert the correct DVD-ROM,select ok and restart application.

any help would be appreciated.

Thnx,Lyle
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the installation went all right but when i try to run the game it say "please login with administrator privileges and try again"
what should i do?
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