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Red Alert 3 ModSDKv3 error

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Hello, I am trying to use Red Alert 3 SDK. I use 64 bit. It was crashing I updated the BinaryAssetBuilder to 64 bit ant worked. This time I see error at log sth like :  

[00:00:01.4520502] Error: System.Xml.Schema.XmlSchemaException: simpleType 'uri:ea.com:eala:asset:BaseAssetReference' zaten bildirilmiŸ.   (zaten bildirilmiŸ means already defined)

I get this error even I try to build samplemod. What's wrong ?

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