There used to be all these Minecraft servers listed in my multiplayer list but now there are no servers listed. What do I do? I tried going into different wi-fi's but it still doesn’t work. What other ways can I fix it?

  • also i tried refresh – Emily Mar 4 '14 at 0:24
  • Although this may seem like a silly question and it has a couple downvotes, this actually happened to me as well. – aman207 Mar 4 '14 at 0:35
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    Can you please make this more specific? Also, did you happen to re-download game? – Shadow Z. Mar 4 '14 at 1:08
  • Like, no servers show up at all? If that's the case, it's probable that somehow your server list file reset itself somehow, maybe in an update? I'm not really sure, honestly. That makes the most sense to me. If that is the case, there might not be a way to fix it, but I'll look into it. – Unionhawk Mar 4 '14 at 1:10
  • Are you using Minecraft for console, or Minecraft PE? – rivermont - Will B. Dec 22 '15 at 21:41

Might you have created a new profile, and used a different folder for your Minecraft files? That is quite plausible, especially if you've been clicking on the profiles buttons in the bottom left of the launcher.

Do you have any different profiles listed in the drop down box (highlighted in the image below)? If so, try selecting each profile, in turn before clicking play. You might just find your missing servers have been on a different profile.

profile settings

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