Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 is an outstanding game, but it is not without errors. You see, as is the case with other games, this game too has some bugs that need to be fixed. Sure, we enjoy fighting alongside your comrades, but obviously, you won’t like fighting against the errors in the game. Speaking of all this, we should go ahead and take a look at how you can fix the Error code Hueneme in Call of Duty (COD) Modern Warfare 2. We will discuss what this error is and how fans of the game can best solve it. Go through our article below for all the details.
Speaking of this Hueneme error, there is possibly no solid reason as to why this occurs. At this point, we also cannot say for sure, but in our opinion, this could be due to the problems with the server connectivity of the game. It could be that there is a problem connecting to the server, or simply the server may be down. There are quite speculations about this error, but we are here to solve it. This is why we will now take a detailed look at the possible workarounds for this issue. Time to dive right in.
Call of Duty (COD) Modern Warfare 2 (II) Error Code Hueneme: How to fix it?
Verify the Integrity of game files
This is now a common method at this point to fix some of the game errors. This is why you should go ahead and try it too. This method is used to check whether your game files are corrupt or not. If they are, then this method takes care of them. To use this method, do the following:
If you are a Steam user, head to the COD Modern Warfare 2 from the game library, then right-click on it and click Properties. After this, click on Local files, and from there, select Verify integrity of game files.
If you are a Battlenet user, go to the “play” button for the game. Near it, you will see the settings icon. Click it and select “Scan and repair”. After you have done that, select “Scan” and after this process completes, relaunch the game to see if the error persists.
Restart your router
Sometimes it happens that there are either minor glitches with your Internet router, or there is something else going on. To solve this issue, all your router might need is a reboot. Make sure you go ahead and restart your internet router and then relaunch the game. Doing this should make the error code Hueneme go away in COD Modern Warfare 2.
Check for game updates
There is a fair possibility that your game is showing an error due to not being updated. It is a common problem seen in other games too, and your game could unknowingly be suffering from the same. Nevertheless, make sure to update your game by doing the following:
If you are a Steam user, head over to the Steam library > right-click on the game > Properties > Update. Here you can choose either to update the game every time you “launch” it, or simply keep it updated at all times. Choose the one that suits you, and after the update is done, relaunch the game to see if the error is still there.
If you are an Xbox user, make sure you go to the “My games and Apps” section of Xbox. From here, go to “Manage”, and then “Updates”. If there is any update pending for the game, you will find it right here. Update the game and then relaunch it to see if the error persists. If it does, keep reading for more solutions.
Check the internet connection
There are also some chances that your internet connection or the quality of it is poor right now or when playing the game. This could be one reason that your game is showing errors like this. If your internet connection is unstable, then you must disconnect other devices from your router so only your primary device is connected.
Use another internet connection
If the above method has failed for you, then there are chances that your current internet connection might be down. To solve this issue, make sure to completely switch to a different internet connection altogether. This way, the error with the game should go away and you can play smoothly.
Use a VPN
Sometimes, there are also chances that your internet is fine, but it requires a third-party VPN to play certain games correctly. This is why you should try using either a VPN via Windows or a possible third-party VPN to play your game. Many players have said that using a VPN has fixed this issue for them. Seeing this, you should try it too.
At times, there are also possible chances that the platform you use (Steam, Xbox, or Playstation) might have useless cache stored which could make your game have problems. Seeing this, you should go ahead and try to clear the cache from your systems by doing this:
In Steam, go to Settings > Downloads > and Clear the Download Cache. Doing this will cleanse your system of cache files.
In Xbox/PS, go to General settings > Full shutdown > Unplug the power cable for some time > Replug it and turn the system on after waiting for some time. Do this and your cache will be cleared.
Reset your region in Activision
Many players have also agreed that they were getting this error due to a wrong region selected in their Activision account. There are chances that you are doing the same. Make sure to log into your Activision account > go to profile option > go to “Basic info” > Change the country/region of your residence if it is selected wrongly. Do this and the error should go away.
Although we do not want to bore you with the details, you should know that Teredo is an Ipv6 Tunneling system in your Windows that has some connection to the error in the game. Make sure you disable it by opening the Windows command prompt by searching CMD in the taskbar search panel > Run the commands “netsh interface teredo set state disabled” and “netsh interface teredo show state“. Do this and then launch the game.
Port Forwarding method
This method is somewhat of a complicated one, and we advise that you only use it as a last resort if all the previous methods have failed. To enable port forwarding on your internet connection, you need to contact your ISP because different systems have different methods for Port forwarding.
With this, we hope that this issue in COD MW 2(II) is fixed. If not, make sure to contact Activision support. Meanwhile, keep visiting Digistatement for more.
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