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Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite is still Beta software as of July 2014. I wouldn't expect Minecraft to be updated for the new operating system until it is released. Maybe not even then if they still haven't updated it for version 7 which is more than a year old. First make sure you have the latest Minecraft launcher: download here: https://minecraft.net/download ...
You need Mono installed, and if you are running 64-bit (most likely) you may also need to install the 32-bit versions of the graphics libraries that Mountain needs. Ubuntu has most of these libraries installed by default, but only in 64-bit. This is what I did to get going: sudo apt-get install mono-complete libglu1-mesa:i386 libxcursor1:i386 ...
This could be down to a number of things, including: Overheating, HDD Corruption, Problems signing into Xbox Account. In my experience, the latter happened to me. Try disconnecting your internet, then turning on your Xbox. If you get to the dashboard, then chances are the signing in was the problem. To fix this try going: Xbox Dashboard > Settings Find ...
The game is running although not showing all objects as expected, so I would have thought it would be a DirectX issue. The game requires DirectX v10 (or above) so I would try ensuring that you are up to date on that front. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/179113
If your computer meets the minimum requirements for the game, some Steam users have suggested trying: Disable all in-game U-Play notification via settings and then start your game. http://steamcommunity.com/app/242550/discussions/0/864979455481714573/ You should also make sure you are running the most recently released drivers for your video card.
The issue is definitely related to a video rendering issue. I would try these two fixes in this order: 1: Make sure you are using the correct video card. Find the Application file and right click on and select High-performance NVIDIA processor Like the below screenshot 2: Ensure that you are using the updated Video Card drivers.
I stumbled onto this question trying to resolve it myself. I only play minecraft every few months or so and things change rapidly these days. I found the real answer on my own and posted it here. The Problem The problem is that the "answers" here don't actually answer the question. First, I am a Java developer and an Android developer. I know, without a ...
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