Call of Duty WAW Cleanup

February 27, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

*** Call of Duty WAW Cleanup ***

Creator: Jake

E-mail: wgn377 at bellsouth dot net



Download Link
DOWNLOAD CoD WaW-Jcleaner here


System Requirements

Windows Vista

Windows XP

Also Compatible with Windows 7 beta
Use the Vista menu for Windows 7 beta


Due to the fact that the WAW mods, usermaps and Profile are stored in a hidden folder in the localAppData area, I made this program to make it easier to remove and cleanup all your files stored in the localAppData folder. They can accumulate to using several Gigabytes of space after awhile!

First of all, it will allow you to backup your User game Profile, so you have a copy of it just incase you need to reinstall WAW. It will also allow you to restore it, back into the same directory after you reinstall.

What it allows you to do is copy and MOVE all files “maps, mods and profile” to your My Documents folder for safe keeping, you can then go to the backup folder and sort out what you want to keep and/or delete. This will allow you to check and see if any mods or usermaps are causing your game to have problems. Once you decide what to keep or delete then just use the restore buttons to put it all back.

***Below is the backup paths***

VISTA C:\Users\your user name\Documents\WaW-Profile-Maps-Mods-Backup

XP C:\Documents and Settings\your user name\My Documents\WaW-Profile-Maps-Mods-Backup

*********** NOTICE **********


Make sure that if you restore your files they are in the correct folder listed above


I take no responsabilty for any damage or loss of files in any way what so ever.

Use this Programa at your own Risk.

If you are afraid of it doing harm then Delete it.

Thank you: Jake

If you have any questions just email me at the address listed above.


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Run any application or program as a Windows service!

February 24, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

With Application as Service you can easily run any application as

Windows service, benefiting from all of the advantages native Windows

services provides.


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How to set up a Dedicated WAW Server Using FireDaemon

February 23, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Video Tutorial on how to run and set up your CoD WAW Dedicated Server and run it as a Service, Using FireDaemon.

Click the Icon below for Video Tutorialvideo_link_icon



 In CoD WAW, to run it as a service using FireDaemon. You need to set all your Parameters and use this command line in there, dont use the arrows.

 Notice: I am running this on a dedicate Windows 2003 server in my house. So make sure if it is Vista or other OS the paths i descrive below are correct.

< +set dedicated 2 +set fs_game mods/mp_Jmod +set fs_localAppData +set net_ip +set net_port 28960 +set sv_maxclients 10 +set sv_punkbuster 1 +exec server.cfg +map_rotate >

Leave out the>>>  +set fs_game mods/mp_Jmod <<< if you are running a standard server with no mods or custom maps.

 You can put your server.cfg in the MAIN folder…

 Your commad line Parameters may differ a little form mine, the fs_mods/yourmodfoldername (only use this if you run mods) and +set fs_localAppData must be there, like i said +set fs_localAppData must be in there no matter what. Make sure your Mods and custom user maps are in the proper place. They do not go in the game folders under program files, they must be located in the folder path i show below…

Windows XP, Server 2003 Path below to your Mods and Maps folders

 MODS>>> C:\Documents and Settings\your Windows account name\Local Settings\Application Data\Activision\CoDWaW\mods\YOUR MOD FOLDER HERE

 USERMAPS>>> C:\Documents and Settings\your Windows account name\Local Settings\Application Data\Activision\CoDWaW\usermaps\YOUR CUSTOM USER MAPS FOLDERS HERE

Windows Vista Path below to your Mods and Maps folders

MODS>>> C:\Users\yourWindowsaccountname\AppData\Local\Activision\CoDWaW\mods\YOUR MOD FOLDER HERE

 USERMAPS>>> C:\Users\yourWindowsaccountname\AppData\Local\Activision\CoDWaW\usermaps\YOUR MAPS FOLDERS HERE

 IF you donot run custom mods or maps dont worry about the folders above, for standard game and standard maps.

 Also go to Settings Tab and Put your Windows user Name and Password in the “Logon Account” area. If not the service will not run, but show that it is, even though it isn’t.



 I sure hope this helps everyone understand how to run this now…you may need to refine and look up more info on the net…but this does work for me with custom mods and usermap.

 Thank you:  Jake

AA-12. World’s deadliest shotgun

February 17, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Battle Stations Midway

February 12, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Battle Stations Midway Error LoL

My good buddy HighNoon went to install Battle Stations Midway and got an install error saying his PC didn’t meet the required MINIMUM Spec’s, take a look at the screen shot and you figure that one out lol!!! Everything says Highend, wow what spec’s doe’s it need???

He did get it installed finally with no problems.