cod2 vista problem!

I have a compatibilty problems with Call of Duty 2 on vista.
it says so on the screen when i put the dvd in the optical drive.
and if i ignore that function and go further with my instalation, when its done it starts cod up and has a black screen...wtf?
can you help me people?
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    can you help me people?


    yeah, you can dual boot xp for gaming or wait for new drivers for your video card (btw, what is it nvidia or ati?). most likely it's a driver issue
  2. Yeah its most likely a driver problem, that’s way I always wait a year before i upgrade my windows what I usually do is install both the new and old version of windows to be on the program safe side like when windows XP camed out I install both Windows ME and Windows Xp on my system and what ever game wasn’t compatible with Win XP I installed on Win ME

    That’s your easiest option the way I see it, it could take some time before the come with fix driver :(


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  3. kyuicious said:
    I have a compatibilty problems with Call of Duty 2 on vista.
    it says so on the screen when i put the dvd in the optical drive.
    and if i ignore that function and go further with my instalation, when its done it starts cod up and has a black screen...wtf?
    can you help me people?

    :hello: I have windows vista, and I have played it all the way through, insert the disc in your drive, install the game, DON'T run it in safe mode. If it says that your computer has changed at any time, and asks if you want it to optimise settings, SAY YES.
    Let me know how you get on.....okay?

    Bye the way, the Vista I am using is 32bit, NOT 64bit.
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