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Windows 7: Call of Duty 2 - Library not registered

13 Aug 2014   #11

Windows 7 Professional x64 Service Pack 1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ivan Cvrlje View Post
First of all when you install drivers for your graphic card dont chose expert, chose custom.
Just btw., this is *always* a must. There shouldn't be a reason to -ever- run the default setup, on anything..:) Especially with nVidia, you can always omit the auto-updater (which actually makes a new Windows account, pretty crazy) & also, teh 3D options - if you don't have that type of monitor/screen.

This is basic computing 101, hehe ;-$

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Sassa View Post
Don't run autorun...
Run setup from the DVD...
Ofc.! :-D

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15 Aug 2014   #12

Windows 7 Home Premium x64

Running setup from autorun initiates a shockwave player-based splash screen or something like that, and that's what's causing the error message as far as I remember, so it's always recommended to start the installation from the setup.exe and...\
Damn, why did I enter this thread? Now I wanna play COD2 again... For the 63rd time. One more time and it'll stop being fun. I already beat it with pistols only on the hardest difficulty xD
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