How to fix error code Diver in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
Sometimes things just don’t work.
Online games like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will always have several issues that can plague their players. Whether it’s server issues, bugs, exploits, or glitches, there’s bound to be something to cause an issue; of course, no one wants to deal with a buggy game, especially when the issue isn’t clear. So in this guide, we’ll explain how to fix the error code Diver in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
What is the error code Diver in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2?
The Diver error code is an error that occurs when Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 can’t download all of the files it requires to run. The reasons for this happening can be plentiful, from an interrupted download to an internal server error. This error will prevent you from playing the game, meaning you have to fix it if you want to access your matches.
How to fix the error code Diver in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
There are several options that you can employ to fix the error. The fixes will vary based on the platform that you’re using:
Verify your files
If you’re playing on the Steam platform, you need to head to your Library and right-click on the game. Then, on the drop-down menu that will appear, head over to the last item, “Options,” and a new menu will appear.
If you’re on Battle.net, you need to click on the Gear icon next to the “Play” button. A pop-up list of options will appear, and you’ll need to select the “Scan and Repair” option. After that, the game will automatically seek out any faulty files and fix them for you.
If you’re playing through the Xbox app, you need to head to your Installed apps and choose the three dots that are next to Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2. Next, select Manage, and then navigate to the files tab and select the option near the bottom, Verify and Repair.
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If you’re on a PlayStation, you’ll need to head to the start icon on your homepage and select “Check for Updates.” This will force the game to manually download any outstanding updates.
If you’re on an Xbox, you need to head to “My Games and Apps” and then check updates. This will also manually force an update scan.
Restart your internet connection
If you’re on a Playstation or Xbox, you’ll need to reboot your router and the console itself. If you’re still having an issue and you have access to a PC, you can try to flush the DNS connection. To do this, you’ll need to do the following:
- Press your Windows Key
- Type in the letters “CMD” or “Command Prompt”
- Right-click on the first result and choose “Run as Administrator”
- When prompted to allow this action, approve it.
- You’ll be faced with a black screen and you’ll need to enter the following commands in order and hit enter. Do not add any extra spaces or capital letters.
- ipconfig /flushdns
- ipconfig /registerdns
- ipconfig /release
- ipconfig /renew
- netsh winsock rest
- Restart your PC.