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  • Added on: May 14 2011 01:47 AM
  • Date Updated: May 24 2012 01:35 AM
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iw3mp.exe has stopped working

iw3mp.exe crash and how to fix it. I had this issue last night so I thought I would post a small tutorial on how to fix it.

Posted by Fargwire on May 14 2011 01:47 AM
Here are a few suggested solutions to fix this error. Depending on your system configuration, you may choose one of the following methods to repair the error.

Before doing any of this SAVE YOUR PLAYER PROFILE FIRST.

Method 1: Uninstall and Reinstall the Game

Iw3mp.exe error may occur if there is some problem with the files belonging to the game. To fix this, uninstall and then reinstall the game. To ensure effective removal, you may use a program uninstaller tool.

Method 2: Resolve Issues with Soundcard Driver

Iw3mp.exe error is known to occur due to problems with sound card drivers. One method that is known to resolve the issue is to uninstall the sound card drivers for realtek and other similar cards and install the default driver on the PC.

You may use the following method to uninstall sound card:
  • Open Start menu, select Run, type sysdm.cpl and then press Enter to display the System Properties dialog box.
  • On the Hardware tab, Device Manager.
  • In the Device Manager window, expand Sound, video, and game controllers.
  • Right-click the sound card driver and then select Uninstall.
After uninstalling, it is recommended that you use a good registry tool to clean your registry and remove any left behind entries. After removing the sound card, install the default sound card drivers on your PC. When you do this,note the make and model of your sound card. You may need this information later on.

Method 3: Install Required Updates

You may need to update the following:
  • Install Call of Duty 4, patch 1.5. Before installing, ensure that you already have patch 1.4 installed, otherwise you may encounter problems.
  • If you are running the game on a secondary partition, you may have to download the latest BIOS updates from your motherboard manufacturer and follow the other applicable solutions posted.
  • On Windows Vista Dell computer with Sigmatel onboard sound cards, you may be able to resolve the error by installing latest Windows Vista update and updating the Dell drivers.
  • Method 4: Use Headphones When the Game is Running
You may do one of the following:

· Change default audio device to headphones and then play the game.

  • Plug in a microphone or headphones into the microphone/headphone jack to play the game.
Method 5: Enable Stereo Mix if you have Realtek sound card drivers on Windows Vista computer.

  • Open Control Panel.
  • Select Hardware and Sound.
  • Select Sound and then display the Recording tab in the Sound dialog box.
  • Right-click in the window and select the Show Disabled Devices option.
  • Enable Stereo Mix.
  • Click OK and exit.
Method 6: Rename the Mssmp3.asi File

Locate mssmp3.asi, by default, located in the C:\Program Files\Activision\Call of Duty 4 - Modern Warfare\miles\ folder. Rename mssmp3.asi to mssmp3.bak