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This is actually a very good question. "Note" You should have the latest version of Java installed before trying this as you need that to play Minecraft. For the client version First you download and run your 'regular Minecraft' at least once. This ensures that your .minecraft folder has been made (if you don't know what that folder means, it's the ...


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If you are using Minecraft Forge version 10.13.1.1217 or later You do not need to do anything. Newer versions of Minecraft Forge have fixed the incompatibility with Java 8. If you are experiencing crashes still with this version of Minecraft Forge or later, it is not related to Java 8. If you are using an older version of Minecraft Forge The compatibility ...


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The problem is that Mojang changed the download locations for their files, and with the whole Forge team preparing for the 1.7.X version launch, they aren't able or willing to touch the "stable" 1.6.4 one. The fix involves editing your fml/fml.py file (located in the same folder as the install.cmd or install.sh file you're using to set it up). In line 1149,...


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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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1) Select your Forge profile and Edit Profile. 2) In editation, be sure you have those values right: (OPTIONAL, but VERY USEFUL) Game directory : It is VERY good to store different versions in different folders, because they conflict with each other (1.9 with 1.8, vanilla with Forge etc) - the thing is that even one mutual config with different values ...


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You can find your Mod folder here: C:\Users\\[username]\AppData\Roaming\\.minecraft\mods .. and here is a useful resource that covers some more of the basics:


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Minecraft Forge is a modding API (Application Programming Interface), which makes it easier to create mods, and also make sure mods are compatible with each other. The method that you are trying to use, by deleting META-INF and placing the files is not the way to install mods anymore. The new Minecraft launcher prevents modification of the actual game files,...


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Have you installed the latest drivers for your graphics card? And also, you might want to upgrade to a newer version of Java, such as version 7, as version 6 is very old. One last thing, Forge 1.6.4 means it's only compatible with Minecraft 1.6.4.


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The first time that Forge runs it needs to download a bunch of code libraries that match your system. One of these is failing to download for some reason, and it's required for Forge to run. I can download it in my browser though, so whatever is preventing Forge from downloading it automatically isn't preventing me from downloading it manually. So here's ...


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Forge does not support Java 1.8 at the moment. You can fix this error by downgrading java to 1.7 Alternatively you can also have 2 java installation and point forge to launch with 1.7 instead of 1.8. All you need to do is modify the java path in the minecraft launcher: Select the profile in the launcher, and press "Edit Profile", then under "Java Settings (...


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Minecraft Forge adds color-coded logging to the server output, to better distinguish different levels of warning. Unfortunately, it uses what's known as ANSI color escape sequences to do this, which some terminals don't support. Luckily, Windows does support these (in theory, sometimes), but unluckily it's not obvious how to enable it, and there's no obvious ...


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OK, I found the solution to this. I just installed JRE 7 and edited the launcher profile with the executable as "C:\Program Files\Java\jre7\bin\javaw.exe" this allows me to use JRE 8 normally but JRE 7 in minecraft and it runs perfectly now.


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According to Minecraft Wiki, there is an average of 3.097 diamond ore per chunk-sized area. I think you are just being unlucky.


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It means what it says. You must play Minecraft 1.7.10 before installing forge 1.7.10. Once you play it, you can exit. Find and click on the forge installer and it should tell you the installation was successful. When you open up your launcher again, it should automatically be set to the new profile just created. You must run it before putting any mods into ...


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There is no additional waiting. Before the game froze on the Mojang screen while it loaded all the mods. They updated it with the information so that you can see it is doing something. The only thing that can be done to get mods to load faster is to ask each individual mod maker to make their mods load faster (which most of them could do by eliminating a ...


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Is this something I should be worried about? [main/ERROR] [FML]: FML appears to be missing any signature data. This is not a good thing tl;dr, Nope. Unless you have downloaded Minecraft Forge from a sketchy location, it's something you do not need to be worried about. That basically means that it could not verify the file's integrity. It's nothing ...


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If you're on a Mac, your mods folder should be located at: ~/Library/Application Support/minecraft/mods Simply use ⌘ command+shift+G in Finder to openup the Go to the folder... window. Enter the path above in there and press Go. You should now be in your mods folder.


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I suggest you delete your .minecraft folder (find this by typing %appdata% in the Start menu search) then follow the following steps: Launch Minecraft using the launcher. Make a new profile and edit it to launch in the version of Forge you have downloaded. Launch that profile and wait until it reaches the main menu then close it. Run the Forge installer (...


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This is relatively common, here is what's interesting in the console output: [20:59:09 WARN]: Couldn't download http://files.minecraftforge.net/maven/org/scala-lang/scala-compiler/2.10.2/scala-compiler-2.10.2.jar for job 'Version & Libraries' You'll see a bunch of threads trying to get various things leading up to that. There's several causes: You'...


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Just to say about the portal placement, it will always return to the same spot, the portals don't work like nether portals it is just one location, confirmed by users on the site you linked. This is not intentional and the mod maker is looking into it. an example Nice mod. I set everything up went poof to the Mining world and returned. Decided I did not ...


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In the details of your error your mods are listed as CrossbowMod2{a0.1.6} [Crossbow Mod 2] (Crossbow-Mod-2-1.6.4-a0.1.6.33.jar) Unloaded GalacticraftCore{2.0.14} [Galacticraft Core] (Galacticraft-1.6.4-2.0.14.1084.jar) Unloaded more{1.0} [more] (M-Ore 1.7.2 3.0Pre.jar) Unloaded musiccraft{2.9.2} [MusicCraft] (musiccraft-2.9.2.jar) Unloaded Scenter{1.7.2-3.1....


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When you remove a mod and load a world that used parts of it it should pop up a message saying Ids are missing and bad things might happen and the like. But you should be able to continue on and actually load the world... All the blocks that no longer are understood are instead changed into air blocks.. I have had a few interesting results doing this not on ...


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OpenGL: ~~ERROR~~ RuntimeException: No OpenGL context found in the current thread. I had the same problem a few months ago. This is what I tried, and it worked. Do a clean install of Minecraft and install Forge again. Install the latest version of Java Upgrade video drivers (Seems to be the solution to many) Restart your computer


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You are not using Forge 10.13.0.1180 as shown on this line [13:20:11] [main/INFO] [FML]: Forge Mod Loader version 7.10.18.1180 for Minecraft 1.7.10 loading What i would do is make a copy of your saves and then completely delete the .minecraft folder from appdata. Reinstall minecraft completely from scratch and then Use this link to install the correct ...


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The server and the client have to be in sync, so the answer is Yes, your friend has to download the mod(s) as well. There are many tutorials to find on the internet on how to install mods on a server, like this one: Your friends should put the mods inside the %AppData%\.minecraft\mods folder.


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I believe the problem is that you haven't played 1.7.10 before installing Forge. to my knowledge, the Forge Installer does not download Minecraft resources as such if you want to install it for a particular version you first have to run Minecraft for that version to allow the launcher to download the Version Files By Default, the first Profile titled by your ...


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Older versions of Forge have a bug that causes Minecraft to crash on startup if you are using Java 8 Update 20 or newer. While this has been fixed in later versions of Forge, it still affects all versions for Minecraft 1.6.4 and 1.7.2, as well as many versions for 1.7.10. One solution is to simply install Java 7 alongside Java 8 and correspondingly setting ...


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As detailed in wiki.vg the Forge Mod Loader Client actually sends the list of installed mods during handshake phase inside the ModList packet.


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There is no need to create a .bat file. Open your Minecraft launcher click on "Edit Profile. In the new window at the bottom it says JVM Arguments check the box next to it then type the values there. I have 6GB of RAM, so I use -Xmx3072M.


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You could try to reinstall again all mods, that you are installing before this error. And you should read once more installation instruction, because it seems that some files are missing or locates in wrong directory. Because of this 'invoke' in error description, it seems for me that mod trying to find *.class file, but this file is missing.


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