"There is no .Net Framework 3.5 for Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack
3 version that I have. I went to Windows Update. The last is .Net Framework
3.0 SP1 version, which installed fine in Windows XP Home Edition Service
Pack 2 without problems." (excerpt taken from: http://forums.techarena.in/windows-xp-support/1068471.htm)
this is the reason that it won't work with xp also some people can't update there computer to windows 7 so maybe you could make a version that uses .netframework 3.0 as im pretty sure that all windows os (that people actually have that can run minecraft)have acess to 3.0
This is a little Windows tool that lets you maintain different mod setups or versions in distinct folders (stored under 'profiles' in the directory the tool is run from). It leaves whatever's in the existing default Minecraft installation untouched and runs the game directly from the profile folders without copying to the main Appdata folder; the whole setup is portable and can be placed directly on a USB stick if you want and run directly from there. Just drop the Minecraft.exe in the Profile Manager folder and run the Manager.
I made this for some people at another board I frequent and figured that it might be of use here. It requires .NET 3.5, although odds are you already have it. E-mail any bugs to me at [email protected] or post here and I'll update it (this tool can let you know if the problem's with your .NET install)
Any Mac Versions? Cause that would really help most of us...
I feel obligated to say this, because this rocks.
This is something else. This is fantastic.
This would make it so much easier for me to check out modpacks and uninstall them.
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you ever so much.
ok, so i have a lot of different .minecraft folders for different mod setups in singleplayer, one of which is a 1.1 server, so will this allow me to switch between them without having to trade them over each time?
Hi, I'd like to say one little thing, and that's that this really needs some form of update that will allow it to run on Windows XP. Because lemme tell you, it doesn't work. Period.
I have already checked with the tool linked in the first post, I do have .NET 3.5 installed, yet it does not work at all. This needs to be fixed, otherwise you're not going to have a lot of supporters.