at net.minecraft.launcher.c.c.f$2.run (Unknown Source)
Getting syncinfo for selected version
Queueing library & version downloads
An update to your launcher is available and is required to play 1.7.4. Please restart your launcher.
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Exception: javax.net.ssl.SSLHandshakeException: sun.security.validator.ValidatorException: PKIX path building failed: sun.security.provider.certpath.SunCertPathBuilderException: unable to find valid certification path to requested target
Recognized exception: the likely cause is a set of broken/missing root-certificates. Check your java install and perhaps reinstall it.
Unable to download remote file. Check your internet connection/proxy settings.
FATAL ERROR: net.minecraft.bootstrap.FatalBootstrapError: Unable to download while being forced
Please fix the error and restart. This happens every day for the past year and i did every thing every forum helper said and what all mods/admins tell people with the same problem as i do can someone help me to fix this please if you can thank you. .I miss minecraft help me//static.minecraftforum.net//public/style_emoticons/default/steve_tearful.gif" target="" data-ensure-absolute>http://static.minecr...ve_tearful.gif" />
Can someone help me this happen for the past year and i did everything any forum post tolled me to do and it still crashes can you please help me thank you.
3. Reinstall java (from the Sun website only). If you have a 64-bit operating system, you should install 32 bit java first and then 64 bit java. Read that linked page for details.
4. (This is important) Close *all* other programs - including any anti-virus, firewall, ad-blocker. Spotify, email notification, Apple iTunes, adobe updater... *everything*. Just temporarily. If you're using Windows firewall - turn it off.
5. Make sure you have the latest graphics driver *from the official website*. (Links: AMD, Nvidia, Intel)