All you have to do is go into matchmaking, then go into your friends list, then scroll over to 'players' to find your recent players.
Then send as many friend invites as you want.
Jeez, I probably have over 40, maybe 50 friends, but now I've stopped sending invites unless I play with them through another friend. (Get to know their a skill a little.)
But yeah, I would love to play 1v1 against you someday soon, Nappy.
I had the same problem...you probably have partenal locks on this, a mistake I made...
Now, I can't remember if you have a 360 or not, but what I'm about to tell you should work for the 360.
- Go into the Xbox 360 dashboard.
- Go into 'System'
- 'Family Settings'
- 'Xbox Live Controls'
- Select your profile and enter in your four-digit pass code.
- Enter in the parental password and sign in.
- 'Online Gameplay'
- 'Origional Xbox Online Games'
- Your done.
Once you sign into XBL through Halo 2, look for 'Content Download.'
Select it and allow it for it to sign you out of XBL.
Download all the maps. It took a while for me, I had to wait while it worked over dinner.
If you download one selection of maps and the other two won't work, just select them twice. (Press the button twice and you should have the ability to download the final two selection of maps.)
Hope to see you soon and good luck.
P.S What's your gamertag?
[Edited by darkish_raven, 12/31/2006 9:18:27 AM]