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The error looks pretty straightforward. Vulkan detection: 0 No supported renderers found, exiting This may mean either that your Graphics card has no vulkan driver support (generally because it is too old to be supported), or simply that you don't have the necessary driver/support packages installed. (An OpenGL renderer hasn't been supported since some ...


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Open the NVIDIA control panel. Right-click on an empty area on your desktop and select the ‘NVIDIA Control Panel’ option from the context menu. Go to the Desktop menu and enable the ‘Add “Run with graphics processor” to Context Menu’ option. Return to your desktop. Right-click the app you want to force to use the dedicated GPU. The right-click context menu ...


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Every time instead of saving and quitting I just close the game so it loads everything that happens. This includes the mobs and deaths so that could be part of your problem. When this happens I make sure I know my location Just in case. One another thing you could do is build a box around you to stand in. I hope this helps :)


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Linux and Mac were using a rather old version of OpenGL that didn't support many of the optimizations we were using on Windows and would regularly break shaders. In order to make future development easier for us and give the two people playing on those platforms a slightly better experience we decided to move Linux to Vulkan and Mac to Metal. This means that ...


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Okay, I had this same problem for weeks, what I did to solve it was I deleted my account, and then re-downloaded it, it took legit half an hour of loading but it thankfully worked and I could choose "stay logged in*


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