Now as it says in the title, this is a possible fix for the Trouble Finding Natives Error everyone has been getting. BACK STORY HERE >Both my computers had encountered this error and I searched through the deep web for an answer to no avail. Eventually i got so frustrated i deleted my launcher and re-installed another one but accidentally saved it not on the Desktop but in My Documents. So i do my thing and run the launcher only this time it works, no problems. I go to my other laptop and boom do what i did by moving the Minecraft.exe to anywhere but the desktop and it now works< back="" story="">
How to Possibly Fix Trouble Finding Natives Error
1. Move Minecraft.EXE From Desktop ( If its there ) and move it to my documents.
2. Go to Minecraft.EXE and double click
3. Go into launcher and make sure in your profile you have latest version enabled
4. If it works be very thankful and happy and what not
PLEASE POST BACK HERE SO OTHERS KNOW IF THIS WORKS FOR THEM
Some security software tries to protect you from malware by restricting what things on the Desktop can do. I.e. they make an assumption about what kinds of things you would normally expect a Desktop file to be and do.
Usually though this has presented itself as the launcher not running at all because the security software won't let programs run from the Desktop.
Not working at all, been trying other things on here but having trouble, hopefully it will work soon because i'm getting frustrated since it's saying "unable to unpack natives,no file in zip folder" can anyone help me further