Happens on all version, here is the log: http://pastebin.com/8MkUrFFi

I could only get this log, because Minecraft crashed in the launcher, before the game loaded.

Also i have tested this on lots of the newest versions and Minecraft doesn't work, so from this i think it happens to all the versions, maybe other than the alphas.

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Be sure you use different folders for every version of the game. Default is to always use main directory .minecraft, however that is really not good idea, because if you runned multiple versions, there may occur version conflicts in libraries, assets or even in options files. Then nonstandard things or crashes can happen.

This includes modded/nonmodded versions, different MC versions, Beta builds, etc. You should setup each profile as it uses different folder, so they never overlap with files. Yes, it may use then some more MB of HDD space, but it will be stable.

Click Edit Profile (or New Profile), then tick Game Directory and fill in some path to directory. Every profile should use its own! For example I use .minecraft\ForgeProfiles\<nameofprofile>, because I mainly use modded versions of game even for vanilla play (minimaps, optifine etc), however the name choosing is on you, but check the folder that there is no data already!

Example of properly setupped profile

Bonus: Add more RAM to Minecraft, from picture you can see I also checked the last line. I made a change only at the start of the line, -Xmx1G to -Xmx3G , that means I let Minecraft use 3GB of RAM instead of 1GB. (Needs 64bit version of OS and Java!). This operation should stabilize the game, too, especially when you play with some mods installed.

Alternatively you can try to use alternative launcher, if bad things will still occur on launch. That one can be found on the website of Minecraft , the second EXE should always work properly (but needs Java installed).

  • I Still Keep Getting the Error Code: s23.postimg.org/56zfulza3/same_error.png
    – RomenPlayz
    Commented Jan 5, 2017 at 7:45
  • @RomenPlayz Then it might be also problem outside of the Minecraft, you can try to reinstall also Java, if reinstalling the game is not enough to get rid of the problem. Commented Jan 5, 2017 at 8:54
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    Your pastebin log is attempting to load 32 and 64 bit extensions as well as two different versions of Minecraft. I saw 1.6 and 1.5... Is this an edited pastebin or not the stock launcher? Commented Jan 5, 2017 at 9:03
  • I tried it with Java, and also i used 1.11.2
    – RomenPlayz
    Commented Jan 5, 2017 at 9:10
  • Also a note is that i am launching this on 1.11.2 demo
    – RomenPlayz
    Commented Jan 5, 2017 at 9:20

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