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I used to build maps for Call of Duty, non UO, but I could never compile them successfully for some reason. Always had these scripting errors when i tried to load them. Wasn't that big of deal; I stopped making maps and began to play online again. Then one day I decided to host a game (month past end of map making days) and the same error came up! I tried DM, TDM, S&D, etc.etc. but I kept getting "Script Compile Error (see console for details)". It's been about 3 months now and gosh darn it, I want to host a server again! here's waht the console prints:

File Handles:
..........................
71700 files in pk3 files
......Game Initialization............
gamename: Call of Duty
gamedate: Nov 10 2004

*********script compile error *****
COuld not find script 'codam\modtypes'
*******************************
***************
ERROR: script compile error
(see console for details)
***************

any help would be appriciated as to where i can redownload this script or when to do without it.

BTW, this is a bootlegged copy so redownloading is impossible :S
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remove all of your mods and maps from your /main and /uo folders so that it is just stock. you have something in there causing problems.
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