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Game won't launch after installing CMP map pack



Hopefully this question hasn't been asked to death but here goes, After using the CMP Community Updater and installing all the files the game kept crashing when it loaded up the CMP maps in game. So I tried having it fixed or reinstalled via the FH2 updater and launcher, said I didn't have the CMPCU installed so had it re-installed again after being prompted to do so.

This is when it really hit the fan and the game refused to load and the error message in the image popped up every time.

I tried following another answer given on a different post (which was to simply re-install the FH2 Launcher) but that hasn't worked for me, same error message pops up.

I reckon I had it installed into the wrong directory. If that's the case what is the 'correct' directory to install it into?

Any help is appreciated folks.


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6 hours ago, RayderPSG said:

If you use the BF2+ FH2 installation then this should be your directory " C:\Program Files (x86)\EA GAMES\Battlefield 2" . If you use the standalone, it should be this "C:\Program Files (x86)\FH2

Thanks for the reply. The first time installing the Map Pack I chose the exact same directory as recommended above. The " C:\Program Files (x86)\EA GAMES\Battlefield 2" route. The game booted but would immediately blackscreen and crash when trying to load up a CMP map, with no error message showing up. 

Again the FH2 updater said I hadn't installed CMP even though I had? 

I think I'm just going to reinstall the whole game and launcher from scratch. 

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