Howdy folks, I heard this question the other day in General Chat and figured I'd lend a hand. I have helped many of my guildmates fix this problem although I haven't been nearly as successful at fixing their other problems. *sigh* 1. Download UOAM and Map Files Because UOAM is no longer updated, downloading UOAM off their website will give you an incomplete UOAM. Instead, the nearly complete Map files and program can be found on the following website: http://xeonlive.com/uoam/ 2. Install UOAM Follow the instructions after double clicking UO Auto Map Setup. I can't really be of much help here. The setup file will be inside the Winrar archive that can be downloaded at the above link. Please note which directory you will be installing UOAM to. When prompted to let UOAM run once, let it do so. Click Start UO Auto-Map, and then OK to close it. 3. Replace Map files with those in the archive Inside the Winrar archive is a folder named UOAM. Inside this folder are the complete map files you will need to get UOAM working. Take the contents of this folder and place them in your newly installed UOAM directory, which should be something like C:\Program Files\UOAM. Replace the installed UOAM.exe and register.exe with those in the archive. If you can't handle this, ask your 8 year old neighbor or any person of Asian descent. I hear they're very good at this kind of thing. 4. Start UOAM.exe Double click on UOAM.exe to get the ball rolling. Before you click Start UO Auto-Map, head to the settings and change it to update only once a day. UOAM will inform you at some point that map files need to be rebuilt. Ignore this. Set all the sliders to 0. 5. ??? You should now have the handy UOAM working. Unfortunately, you will most likely also have a black screen which isn't very useful. Because UOAM is no longer updated, the program no longer finds the default Ultima Online directory, which used to be at C:\Program Files\EA Games\Ultima Online. You will need to reset this yourself. After getting UOAM started in all its black-screened glory, click on the "Map" option and slide down to the "UO client data files location..." and click on that. A small menu will pop up. Uncheck "Have UOAM locate client data files for you". Below that, in the box marked UO client folder, set the directory to where you currently have Ultima Online installed. This will differ for everyone based on your current copy of Ultima Online. Your Ultima Online is probably located at a directory like C:\Program Files\EA Games\Ultima Online Stygian Abyss. After changing the directory, click OK. Restart UOAM if you have to. 6. Profit!!! Enjoy. Questions? Did I miss something? Let me know.