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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 33191 2-May-2009 14:16
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Hi guys , please bear with me this is my 1st post, I hope its in the right forum.
 I can`t seem to find the internode servers since my system crashed a couple of weeks ago,I reinstalled cod4 and am starting from scratch again ,I have installed the latest patch, yet can`t find the internode servers ,I can only get onto 1 or 2 us servers and get atrocious ping rate.
 Any advice/help would be gratefully received.

    Cheers  Rodger    

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  Reply # 213198 7-May-2009 15:16
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Hi Rodger

The COD4 Lobby can be a pig of a thing to deal with some times.

You might need to do a full refresh to get them to list. If you have XFire feel free to add me (sampler40) and I will try and help directly. You are also welcome in our Ventrilo Voip server at any time we have lots of people who would be more than welling to try and help. ( port 5615)



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Master Geek

  Reply # 213282 7-May-2009 19:44

hi Rodger

COD4 ingame lobby is one of the worst. I never use it.

If you are an Xfire user, it will find all the internode servers and I would use this to connect instead.

at least, xfire can give you the ip addresses and you can manually add fav's back in COD4...still a waste of time imo.

xfire ftw.

btw, there is also a NZ Call of Duty Group which admits all NZ Players, worth checking out.

and here is a list of all NZ servers ranked by popularity.

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