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I had this exact issue today with 1.10.1 Try setting your version back to 1.10, I have had no issues with that. If you don't know how to change your minecraft version, look here: http://gamingedus.blog.ryerson.ca/educator-minecraft-resources/minecraft-how-tos/changing-your-minecraft-game-version/


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Minecraft actually allows item IDs up to 32767, but I believe block IDs only go up to 4096. You have a mod that is trying to add a block with ID 9884 - which is greater than the maximum block ID. You might need to install another Forge mod like this one that extends the possible block IDs up.


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Based on this thread in the Minecraft Forums, several people are seeing this with v 1.10.1. One of the Minecraft devs is asking people to report this error, and even mentions that they plan to release 1.10.2 later today with a fix: I've been told that we'll have 1.10.2 later today as well, because there is a crash happening in 1.10.1 that we didn't get ...


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Setting the version back, anything besides 1.10.1 that the server still supports, seems to work for me. I had the same issue with Wynncraft


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If your companion was a Dark Brotherhood Initiate, I'm afraid you're out of luck. According to the Dark Brotherhood Initiate discussion page on the UESP Wiki, along with some other forum threads, the Dark Brotherhood Initiates will often reset when dismissed, which resets the contents of their inventory. If you were on PC, you could get your items back by ...


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Disk Read Errors are very common on older PS2s, especially the "fat" models. By the sounds of it, replacing the full optical block would probably be your best option for a guaranteed fix. There are many on eBay in the ~$20 range. In my opinion, this would be a much easier fix than diagnosing the laser/other components.


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If on PC, this from the Bethesda Support Page might help To change the language of the subtitles in Skyrim, follow the below steps: Open Documents folder. Open My Games folder. Open Skyrim folder. Right-click on Skyrim.ini file, select Open With, and open with Notepad. Change "sLanguage=ENGLISH" to "sLanguage=" with "" being whichever ...


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Could not find or load main class net.minecraft.client.main.Main This means that Minecraft was not correctly installed. Essentially, the launcher could not find one the files needed for Minecraft. Check if your profile is set to a valid Minecraft version, or that the Minecraft version jar is a valid one. You can also try and select a different Minecraft ...


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You have to go to options then at the top there is a button. It should work because it works for me.


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Your PC specifications as listed do not meet Black Ops II's minimum required specifications. At a minimum, you need: OS: Windows Vista SP2 / Windows 7 (Windows XP is unsupported) Processor: Intel Core2 Duo E8200 2.66 GHz or AMD Phenom X3 8750 2.4 GHz or better Memory: 32-bit OS: 2GB RAM 64-bit OS: 4GB RAM Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8800GT ...


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This sounds like screen tearing. This is caused by differences in refresh rate of your screen and the game framerate. Try switching v-sync on in the graphics options. This should help synchronize the two. There are some downsides listed on the wiki page, such as input lag, although this will only really affect you when playing competitively. During normal ...


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When you install the Technic Launcher, you ARE prompted to login, but the credentials you have to issue are NOT the ones from your Technic Account (unless you have an illegal Launcher), but instead the ones of your Mojang Account or - in case you still have a "legacy" Minecraft Account, the credentials from that. You also need to have purchased the full ...


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Are you trying this at school? Most schools have internet firewalls that prevent things from downloading, no way past that. If you're at home, it's likely the installer's malfunctioning. Try going to https://s3.amazonaws.com/Minecraft.Download/launcher/Minecraft.exe and download that. Save it instead of immediately running it. You will need Java installed ...


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The only real solution is to upgrade. Your system does not appear to meet the system requirements, and sure enough, it is your graphic card that is below par. As far as what you report, you have graphical problems. You report not having a dedicated graphic card, and yet Team Fortress 2 requires "any card compliant with DirectX 8.1". Ultimately, you might ...


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You need to reinstall ig4icd64.dll Problematic frame: C [ig4icd64.dll+0x30c475] You can download it here : https://www.dllme.com/dll/files/ig4icd64_dll.html Once that is downloaded place it in C:\Windows\System32\ Be careful however as that contains very important system files. If that fails, it's a problem with your graphics card or your CPU's ...



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