Thank you for explaining that so well!
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Mar 15, 2017Posted in: Discussion
So, I don't really know if this topic has popped up before.. but, I have downloaded a map from planet minecraft, installed it into my minecraft saves folder you know blah blah. My question is, since I have converted it, (and I have about 56 mods installed) will things like ore and other stuff convert into it?
Its a really stupid question with the answer probably being a big fat no, but i'd thought i'd throw it out there still
Mar 11, 2017Azerial posted a message on [1.11.2] [Forge] Minecraft Forge Modding Tutorials - UP TO DATE - IN DEPTH - BEGINNER FRIENDLYPosted in: Mapping and Modding Tutorials
Yo, thanks a ton for the reply! I'd love to join your discord but the invite link is expired. :c
Mar 11, 2017Azerial posted a message on Crash after seconds of Gameplay (NO LAG), no error codes, please assistPosted in: Java Edition Support
Try reinstaling Java.
Mar 10, 2017Azerial posted a message on [1.11.2] [Forge] Minecraft Forge Modding Tutorials - UP TO DATE - IN DEPTH - BEGINNER FRIENDLYPosted in: Mapping and Modding Tutorials
Hey I don't know if you already addressed this or not, sorry if you have but i was wondering which Java Eclipse i should download, theres like 82 different ones xD. Should I download...
Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers"
Mar 10, 2017Posted in: Java Edition SupportThe problem was "Windows Environmental Variables JAVA_OPTIONS"
I'm all good now! Whew.
If anyone else has this problem open control panel, click System, Advance System Settings, Environmental Variables, then look if you have something for JAVA_OPTIONS and delete it!
I am using a 64bit OS, and i have downloaded the 64bit version of Java, Inside minecraft i set the JVM arguments to have -Xmx2g, when i set it to 2g it displays as "Allocated memory 100% (910Mb)
If i keep it at -Xmx1g, it says Allocated memory 100% (1011Mb)
(Edit it does the same if I try Xmx1g)
I dont understand what im doing wrong to get it to go past 1g.
!!!!Um new update, I tried running Minecraft with -Xmx500M and it still runs at 1011M, so now i'm like...!!!!
(Edit, I reinstalled everything, Java, Minecraft, and I still have the same issue.)
(Edit, adding spoiler of my system specs)
CPU: Intel Core i5-2400 3.10GHz
GPU: AMD Radeon R9 290 4Gb video memory
Windows 10, 64-bit
When I try to use -Xmx2g:
And this is what happens when I launch =
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