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Troubleshooting: Common Issues with FiveM Maps and MLOs

Troubleshooting FiveM maps and MLOs can involve a wide range of issues, as errors can come from a variety of sources. Below is a step-by-step guide on some common problems and their solutions. Note that some issues, particularly coding issues, may be complex and specific to a particular situation, so these steps should be taken as general guidelines rather than absolute solutions.

1. FiveM Map Isn’t Loading:

If your map isn’t loading, check these:

  • Step 1.1: Verify that the map resource folder is properly set up. The .ymap file should be located inside a ‘stream’ subfolder.
  • Step 1.2: Ensure that your map resource is correctly referenced in your server.cfg file. You should have a line that reads “start [your map’s resource folder name]”.
  • Step 1.3: If the issue persists, it may be due to a compatibility issue. Confirm that the map is compatible with your server’s version of FiveM.

2. MLO Isn’t Loading:

Similar to maps, an MLO that doesn’t load is usually due to one of the following:

  • Step 2.1: Make sure that the MLO resource folder is correctly set up. The .ymap, .ytyp, and .ymt files should all be inside a ‘stream’ subfolder.
  • Step 2.2: Check that the MLO resource is properly referenced in your server.cfg file. You should have a line that reads “start [your MLO’s resource folder name]”.
  • Step 2.3: If the MLO still isn’t loading, verify that it’s compatible with your server’s version of FiveM.


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3. Collision Issues with MLOs:

If players are walking through walls, objects, or other entities:

  • Step 3.1: Ensure that the MLO has been properly converted and all collision data has been correctly incorporated.
  • Step 3.2: Collision issues may also arise due to incompatibility issues or conflicts with other maps or MLOs.

4. FiveM Coding Issues:

Coding issues can come from a wide variety of sources. Some common ones include:

  • Step 4.1: Script Syntax Errors: These can cause your script to fail. Check your code for missing or misplaced symbols, incorrect spelling or capitalization, or incorrect usage of commands.
  • Step 4.2: Incompatibility with FiveM or GTA V: Make sure that any code you’re using is compatible with the versions of FiveM and GTA V that your server is running. This includes scripts, MLOs, and custom maps.
  • Step 4.3: Conflict with Other Scripts: Sometimes, two scripts may interfere with each other. If a new issue appears after adding a script, try disabling other scripts to see if the problem resolves.
  • Step 4.4: Incorrect Resource Start Order: In some cases, scripts must be started in a specific order. Check the documentation for your scripts to see if this may be the problem.

Remember, these are general solutions. Due to the complex nature of coding and the variety of different scripts and resources available for FiveM, some issues may be unique to your specific situation. When in doubt, it’s always a good idea to reach out to the FiveM community for support.

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