The Call of Duty error code 66460 is a connectivity issue that can be caused by a number of factors. One common cause is an outdated or corrupt game file. This can happen if the game is not up to date, or if the files have become corrupt. Another cause is a problem with the router or modem. This can be caused by a number of things, including a bad connection, an outdated firmware, or a problem with the ISP.
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1. Check your internet connection and make sure it is stable
- Open the "network and sharing center" by going to "start" and clicking on "network and sharing center".
- Click on "internet options".
- Click on "connections".
- Right-click on the connection you are having trouble with and select "properties".
- On the "General" tab, make sure that the "speed" is set to "high speed" and the "connections" is set to "3 or more".
- If the problem still persists, try restarting your computer.
2. Check the status of the Call of Duty servers to see if they are online and working
To check the status of the Call of Duty servers, go to the "Call of Duty" main menu, and choose "Settings." Under the heading "Server Status," you'll see a list of the servers that are currently online. If any of the servers are down, you'll see a message indicating that the server is unavailable. You can also check the status of the servers by choosing "Reports" and selecting "Server Status."
3. Delete the Call of Duty folder in your Documents and try relaunching the game
- Close the game if it is currently open.
- Open the Documents folder.
- Find the Call of Duty folder.
- Delete the Call of Duty folder.
- Try relaunching the game.
If the answers above didn't work then you should also try:
- Verify the game files through Steam or your game launcher
- Reinstall the game