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Daniel Hidalgo
2020-08-03 12:29:11

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If you are having problems not knowing how to fix the downloads stopped in Call of Duty Modern Warfare pay attention, because here you will find everything

What is the problem with stopped downloads in Call of Duty Modern.


If you tried to download after an update and when the download already takes a certain percentage complete and stops and simply nothing else happens. You can reinstall it, change regions with the use of VPN but nothing will happen because the solution is different and below we tell you how to fix stopped downloads.
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How to fix stopped downloads in Call of Duty Modern Warfare.


The first and most basic thing is to make sure that your PC has enough storage to be able to host the download.

The next thing is to access the Blizzard app> Call of Duty Modern Warfare> Options> Show in Explorer> Move the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare folder to the desktop or any other location.

The next thing you have to do is close the Blizzard application and then start it again> Select "Install" to start the installation again, after a minute you will have to move the folder back to the installation location and then restart your PC and see the update on the client.

Access the Blozzard app again and head over to Modern Warfare, go to options> Show Explorer> delete or move ModernWarfare (.exe) and Modern Warfare Launcher (.exe) files and run Repair an Scan, start Blizzard app, again select the game, then options and select Scan and repair> Start scan and when the repair is finished restart your PC and the error should be fixed.

 That's all you need to know about how to fix stopped downloads in Call of Duty Modern Warfare, so we hope it was easy to understand and that you can fix this problem in order to complete your downloads as you normally used to.

Tags:
cod modern warfare, cod mw
Platform(s):
Microsoft Windows PC, PlayStation 4 PS4, Xbox One
Genre(s):
First-person shooter
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Mode:
Single-player, multiplayer, co-op
age rating (PEGI):
18+
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Other Tags
video game, gameplay, price, 60fps, steam


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