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Fatal error: Call to undefined function node_load() in /xxxxx/xxxxxxxx/public_html/includes/menu.inc on line 410

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I have came into work today, and checked my drupal site, and i get this error message on the home page.

<code>Fatal error: Call to undefined function node_load() in /xxxxx/xxxxxxxx/public_html/includes/menu.inc on line 410</code>

I think one of my employees tried to install a new module or something? but he gone and vanished, leaving me with a down website. I don't have a backup of my database, so i am in a bit of a panic now. Could somebody help with this please.


drupal version 6.16
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First things first, back up your database!

Next, I would try and recreate your site using a database backup.  Import the database backup as a new database.

Assuming your Drupal core hasn't been changed, download a fresh copy of Drupal 6.16.  You can find it here:
http://drupal.org/node/3060/release

Next, copy everything in the old sites folder into your fresh copy of Drupal.

Then change the details in sites/default/settings.php to match your new database.


Alternatively, you could try disabling modules.  Again, make sure you have backed up your database. The system table in the database tells Drupal which modules are enabled.  If you have an idea which module broke your site then you can disable that one first, just set status to 0.


If that still doesn't work, then you could try downloading fresh copies of all the modules in your sites/all/modules folder.
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