Thursday, September 22, 2011

How to FixMss32 Dll Error Call of Duty 2 ?

You may receive an error message “This application has failed to start because Mss32.dll was not found. Reinstalling this application may fix this problem” on game startup.

Below are some helpful steps to resolve Mss 32 Dll Call of Duty 2.

Reinstall the game:

Error notification describes that file no longer exists that means either its moved or its deleted. In this situation, you need to uninstall and reinstall the game and also avoid to computer randomly restarts.

1. Control Panel | Add or Remove Programs

2. Uninstall a Program

3. Select COD 2 | Uninstall

4. Follow on screen instructions and reboot your machine.

Remove Invalid COD 2 Registry Entries

COD 2 stores its configuration in registry database in systematic and structured manner. Removing invalid COD2 related registry entries is important in order to run game without error messages. Download some good Registry Cleaner to solve this problem.

Reinstall the File

You can also reinstall missing mss32.dll file to fix error. You can copy COD 2 from Installation CD ROM, copy from system 32 directory, install third party software.

Copy from Call of Duty 2 Installation CD ROM

1. Insert installation disk and open my compute.

2. Press F3 to load search function.

3. Type mss32.dll and press Enter.

4. Copy this file and paste the file in the directory where COD 2 is installed

5. Restart game.

Copy from System32 Directory

Copy file from C:\windows\system32 directory if file is not present on game’s installation disk to the folder where game is originally installed.

Update Device Drivers

You should update device drives to fix error mss32.dll COD 2.

Instant fix:

To fix Mss32.dll COD 2 problem permanently, fix registry entries created by the game. You can use this Mss32.dll Fix-up Tool for this purpose.

1 comment:

Jeff said...

I recommend Digeus Registry Cleaner as it is the best know on the market. It finds and fixes far more errors in the systen than any other. I run it every time when my computer starts crashing or working slow.