I don't have a minecraft folder. I've looked through forums and videos, followed all the steps. I just don't have one. I have windows 7, and I have "view hidden files" turned on. I have look in the roaming folder of my app data folder, with hidden files turned on. I want to find my folder so I can install a mod, could someone please tell me why my folder isn't showing up?
If you've run Minecraft on your machine, then you do have a .minecraft folder. It can be a bit tricky to find. Here's an easy way to get to it:
- Launch Minecraft.
- Select "Options"
- Select "Resource Packs..."
- Select "Open resource pack folder"
- Go up one level
To get to the .minecraft folder, you can always just open Run from the start menu and type
%appdata%\.minecraft\, then click Run. It'll open your minecraft folder.
If you're on windows, go to to your start menu and search
%appdata%. This will bring your to a collection of folders. One of these folders is labeled
.minecraft. Hope this helps! If your on Mac, go to finder, open up the
library folder, inside of the library folder, open up the
Application support file, inside should be your
.minecraft file. Here are the relevant file paths
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