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Call of Duty 2 unable to initialize


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the-reborn

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Hi,

my video card is a Geforce4 Ti 4600 and i tried to run COD2 without success. I scanned the system requirements, saying that my video and sound drivers need updating.

I went to NVIDIA, but i have no clue which driver to update. I tried a few of them, and now COD2 does not encounter the error but it goes to a black screen, then what looks like it alt tabs, opens black screen again, then it shuts down or something.


Can you guys give me a hand with which drivers to update/ how to remove previous drivers?

thanks.
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Hello the-rebornm and welcome to Geeks to go!

Go here and download the drivers.
Then go into control panel and add/remove programs, then select the Nvidia drivers from the list and click remove.
After the restart your desktop resolution will be massive and it will be running in 16 colour this is normal. Install the previously downloaded drivers then try the game.
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thnx dude it works now :tazz::)
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That's ok i'm glad I could help!
Enjoy the game!
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