Get rid of Hamachi and port forward properly, Hamachi has been squatting on an IANA-allocated IP block (126.96.36.199/8). As such, Hamachi fundamentally conflicts with the internet itself.
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Sep 1, 2022ConorGarland posted a message on Minecraft 1.6.4 missing textures for blocks and animalsPosted in: Java Edition Support
Downgrade your Intel graphic drivers to this one:
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Nov 11, 2022Posted in: Java Edition Support
This is caused by recent NVIDIA drivers tightening OpenGL rules; some code in 1.10 is doing something that breaks OpenGL specs and drivers will no longer put up with it (this actually goes back to last October and affects Intel as well, with versions as far back as 1.0.0 breaking, but oddly, not Alpha/Beta versions or 1.8+, so this may actually be a separate issue. For Intel the only solution seems to be to downgrade drivers):
This is a client issue caused by using gl_ names which are reserved by the spec, when used with nvidia drivers 496.13 or higher due to higher conformance restrictions.
the files contents are below
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-16"?> <ArrayOfProfile> <Profile> <ProfileName>Oracle Java SE</ProfileName> <Executeables> <string>javaw.exe</string> <string>java.exe</string> </Executeables> <Settings> <ProfileSetting> <SettingNameInfo /> <SettingID>540336102</SettingID> <SettingValue>-relaxErrors=7528</SettingValue> <ValueType>String</ValueType> </ProfileSetting> </Settings> </Profile> </ArrayOfProfile>
Note that you can't even downgrade to the last working driver because Windows will automatically reinstall a newer driver because of a critical security update (you can still bypass it by going into device manager and unchecking "update system drivers" but this is not recommended, and other programs that rely on a driver bugfix may break. Otherwise, somebody will have to figure out what the game is doing and hopefully make a mod to patch it but nobody seems to know (or it is all private on Discord, which is destroying the public availability of information); "gl_ names" seems to refer to shaders but 1.10 shouldn't be using them unless you have "super secret settings" enabled, unless the shader code itself is always active; if this is indeed the issue the problem may be fixable by changing the actual shader code, or even disabling it).
ETA: According to the following thread turning off "threaded optimization" fixed the issue for them:
Jun 18, 2022Posted in: Java Edition Support
Considering that your system doesn't support the latest graphical drivers (OpenGL) that Minecraft uses for more recent versions, no. A new computer would not only be able to play the newest Minecraft versions, you would also most likely get much better performance than your current Core i3 and HD Graphics 3000 can provide.
May 28, 2022Tails1 posted a message on When i add open blocks mod to mods folder it crahes the gamePosted in: Java Edition Support
Mate you actually need to read and understand what's written. Nowhere was mentioned to delete codechickenlib completely, only the config.
May 13, 2022TileEntity posted a message on Minecraft Crashes upon startup, gives me Exit Code 1Posted in: Java Edition Support
#Problematic frame: # C 0x0000000000000000
This just means "unknown" - in this case you have to take a look at the "Top of Stack"
The important number is 00007ffe3903a50e
With it, check the Dynamic Libraries
The issue refers to this line:
0x00007ffe38810000 - 0x00007ffe3b4f7000 C:\WINDOWS\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\u0360470.inf_amd64_35c64671e7fac064\B360357\atio6axx.dll
The number from Top of Stack is inside this range
atio6axx.dll refers to your ATI GPU drivers
Reinstalling and/or updating your GPU drivers should fix this issue
Jan 6, 2020Posted in: Java Edition Support
How to allocate more RAM (memory) to Minecraft
These are some basic steps on how to allocate more RAM to your game.
Step 1 - Open the Launcher.
Step 2 - Click the 'installations' button
Step 3 - Choose the profile you want to allocate more RAM to (e.g. Latest Release)
Step 4 - Click the 'more options' button
Step 5 - You will see alot of text, only concentrate on the first line saying -Xmx2G
Step 6 - Replace 2G with how much RAM you want to allocate (e.g. "4G" = 4GB of RAM allocated)
32-bit system only supports up to 4GB RAM memory. Therefore, most 32-bit based systems only support a maximum of 2GB to be allocated to Java. The limit depends on the system, if you got an error, try less allocation.
If you are not using the native Java that comes with the launcher, be sure to use the latest and correct version of Java (64bit on 64bit-OS-Systems is recommended).
How much RAM do I have?
The easiest way to see how much RAM you have on Windows is to open the Task Manager and change to the Performance Tab. Look how much Physical Memory is available. On MacOS, go to the Apple Menu, select About This Mac. This window shows you your total amount of RAM.
Note that other programs and your system also need RAM to work. For example, if you run TeamSpeak or Firefox in background, you should leave enough memory for this software to run.
Some numbers for reference:
- Windows 7: 1 GB RAM (32-Bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-Bit)
- Windows 8 / 8.1: 1 GB RAM (32-Bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-Bit)
- Windows 10: 2 GB RAM
- Linux: 1-2 GB
- Skype: 256 MB
- Teamspeak: 64 MB
It is recommended to never allocate more than half your system RAM to the game. Also be aware that allocating more RAM does not necessarily make the game faster.
Something doesn't work? You got an error?
- First of all check for spelling mistakes. Also important: JVM arguments are case-sensitive
- Try to install the non-native version of Java (the download can be found here). If you go that, make sure to set your "Java Executable" in the launcher
- Add -Xms1G and try again
- Lower the numbers if your issue still persists.
- Check if you've enough free RAM, and make sure you use 64-bit when allocating more than 2GB or RAM.
to the non-native javaw.exe (e.g. if you installed Java 1.8.0_181, set
it to C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.8.0_181\bin\javaw.exe). Please note that Java 9 and above are not yet fully supported.
You found a fault in the post? Something is missing? Please let me know on #minecrafthelp on Esper, on the official Minecraft Discord or leave a reply here!
Jan 19, 2022Posted in: Discussion
Your math only works out if you throw away the other four slabs. It's not 9 planks to make a barrel, it's 7 because when reduced down, one plank makes 2 slabs. It's just the recipe needs three planks to make six slabs, so either use the other four slabs to make another two barrels or use them on your roof or something.
Plus barrels don't need a blank space above them to work, chests do, another plus for barrels.
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