I'm afraid your question is not super clear, and it would be challenging to try to diagnose exactly what the issue is given the wide spectrum of things that could be working incorrectly.
Instead, I'd like to try to present to you what should hopefully be a more straightforward alternative. It should require fewer steps and be more secure.
The alternative ...
-Xmx is for the maximum heap space. It doesn't tell Java this is what should be started with, but is the maximum. -Xms is for the minimum, so what the JVM starts with. But really, what it starts with is a much smaller concern than the maximum.
That being said, if you observe that the issue comes when you go beyond 4GB RAM, that is a clear indicator that ...
This is an unresolved bug.
Please consider researching the topic a little more before you post here. In this case, you can find the linked page on the 1st result by searching minecraft bedrock skins switching on any simple search engine.
I understand that you did do some more research on the topic, and that you have found items talking about the bug but ...
I had the exact same problem recently, and I have worked out how to fix it. For images to help, look at the bottom of this post.
On your PC, navigate to your file explorer. Now, on the bar at the top, copy and paste this: C:\Windows\System32\drivers\. When you are brought to this page, find the search bar, and type in: hosts. This should bring up a file. ...
I had a similar problem with the usbloader gx not being able to recognize my games after a few months of it working.
Some things that helped me.
run usbloader-gx from the sd card
reinstall all the cios versions like the guides online suggest (using d2x-cios)
re-downloading it and reinstalling usbloader-gx into the apps folder
I don't know which of those ...
There isn't enough troubleshooting to determine the problem. However, I would try different things from the order of easiest to hardest:
Change HDMI cable
Use another HDMI device on same cable and same port.
Test same XBox with different TV (same model would be best, but unlikely)
Test same TV with a different XBox
Connect HDMI to an AV receiver and split ...
This seemed to be my problem. I only had a blue screen once, after following someone's advice on a comment to disable CC items. Disabling weapon debris in the graphics settings fixed it.
Why This Happens
A Basic Switch
All keys on a keyboard are just a switch.
When you press the button it connects two wires allowing any current to pass through them.
The bolded wires have current going through them. Where ╎ is to show an unpressed switch.
With this we can ...
It's a well known issue related to poor coding.
The solution is to install a mod, such as great acceleration of loading times or load accelerator.
What's happening is that loading is somehow tied to your framerate, and the framerate is limited to 60 FPS. You could unlock the framerate to fix this issue, but the game's physics engine does very poorly with ...
Java is a program that other programs (like Minecraft) are built on. If you can't find that Java executable, chances are the problem is:
You don't have any version of Java installed. You will need to install Java.
You have a different version of Java installed. The folder jre1.8.0_31 refers to Java version 8, update 31. Try going to C:\Program Files\Java\, ...
I had to get rid of all four Rising City mods, Unique NPCs / Monsters, and (I don't see it there but, sparingly use Awesome Follower Tweaks to make new followers). Most of those would cause memory related CTDs all by themselves, but after uninstalling them I no longer have save bloat problems.
If a save game CTDs on loading it, check if the save file is ...
Are you sure it's your download and not your installation? You'll notice that a Steam download has two activities: network activity and disk activity. Sometimes, if your disk is slow or otherwise full, it can take forever to "download" something, but in reality everything's already downloaded, it just needs to be installed.
Step 1: Download bukkit https://getbukkit.org and rename the file to bukkit.jar
Step 2: Make a folder at your desired location and name it whatever you want
Step 3: Copy the jar to your server folder you just created
Step 4: Open cmd or terminal depending on your OS and do
java -Xms2G -Xmx2G -jar bukkit.jar
simply create an homemade server with IP "localhost"
step 1- create a folder for your server
step 2- download bukkit and rename the file .jar with "bukkit.jar"
step 3- create a .txt file and insert this inside (without ") "java -Xmx2048M -Xms2048M -jar bukkit.jar nogui
step 4- rename the file "start" and change the .txt with .bat
step 5- open start....
The server can't bind to the port, because it can't bind to the specified IP address in the first place.
The guide suggests to hardcode your local ip address in the server.properties file. Your server fails to bind the next day, because your IP is probably dynamic on your network, and it changed.
You could update the value of server-ip every time, or you ...
The error means the server could not start because there is already a server using the specified port (specified in "server.properties").
Try changing your port in "server.properties" and make sure not to start two servers with the same port - you could have accidentally started the server twice.
Also, make sure your computer has 4GB of free RAM as not ...