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Thread: Call of Duty: Black Ops [Guide]

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    i dont think the makers of the game are that fussed if backed up copies of there game work lol you could use a thumb/flash drive as long as its bigger than 4 gb or even a 8 gb sd card

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    Too bad. I only have a 4 gb drive. Is there any way to compress the backup so that it works on 4 gb?

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    sadly mate even when its compressed its still just over 4gb

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    Thanks.. I just hope that the next update will fix the problem.

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    has any on had a problem where the zombie update comes up and says to go to the multiplayer for the update but when you go to the multiplayer it does nothing.
    Please point my noob head in the right direction. Apologies if this has been covered.

    Regards Justin

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    Im not sure if this is where i should ask this, but i have a softmodded 4.3u and i cant seem to get multiplayer working when playing from the retail disk. i go into multiplayer and click nintendo wi-fi connection and it will sit at please wait for 20+ min (at that point i give up). i have the wii set up for DMZ in my router and cant really figure this out... the guide said something about it asking to update something, but i never get that.

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    same same vartok

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    Straight from his guide:

    Problems With Online MultiPlayer

    Most problems with the multiplayer portion of the game are related to routers or other connection sharing devices. You can try setting up port forwarding on your router, Call of Duty: Black Ops uses ports 443 and 3074 TCP and ports 3074 and 3075 UPD. If port forwarding does not work you can try putting your console into the DMZ of your router. For information on how to setup your router please contact your router manufacturer. You should also check the Nintendo website for information on connecting your console to the internet and compatibility information.

    ^You try port forwarding?

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    vartok

    got it downloading go to the multiplayer and create a new profile then try to connect.

    It started downloading then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightstah View Post
    Straight from his guide:

    Problems With Online MultiPlayer

    Most problems with the multiplayer portion of the game are related to routers or other connection sharing devices. You can try setting up port forwarding on your router, Call of Duty: Black Ops uses ports 443 and 3074 TCP and ports 3074 and 3075 UPD. If port forwarding does not work you can try putting your console into the DMZ of your router. For information on how to setup your router please contact your router manufacturer. You should also check the Nintendo website for information on connecting your console to the internet and compatibility information.

    ^You try port forwarding?
    DMZ is like uber port fowarding... it basicly punches a hole in the firewall on the router and allows everything through....

    but i figured it out... even thought i have been in the wii store lots of times (the other day actually, but before getting this game).... went into the store and closed it out and went back to black ops, and there was the update

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