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Jan 24, 2014Decaedo posted a message on Connected Textures and Random Mobs w/out Optifine? SOLVEDPosted in: Java Edition Support
OMGoodness you are amazing I used to use MCPathcer years ago back in 1.2.5 I had practically forgotten about it! THANKYOU!!
Jan 23, 2014Decaedo posted a message on A fatal error has been detected by the Java Runtime Environment. Help me pleasePosted in: Java Edition SupportQuote from Cherenando
ok thanks! for the help i hope it works and if it does , i want you to know you're awesome... and if it doesn't you're still awesome! :3
If it doesn't work let me know and we'll continue working on the problem
Jan 23, 2014Posted in: Java Edition SupportQuote from Techmo2
I have a 560 and 1.7.4 was very choppy. I downgraded Java 7 to the latest update of Java 6. Now i get twice the framerate and minecraft has not been choppy since the downgrade
Downgrading is generally not a good idea especially since some programs require java 7 and will no longer work
Jan 23, 2014Decaedo posted a message on A fatal error has been detected by the Java Runtime Environment. Help me pleasehttp://support.amd.com/en-us/download?type=2.4.1&product=184.108.40.206.13&lang=EnglishPosted in: Java Edition Support
You need to update your graphics card. This is the best your going the get as your card is old and no longer supported, might be time for a new graphics card
Jan 23, 2014Posted in: Java Edition SupportQuote from sneakysnipe
So, I recently got a new computer, most important parts of this to mention would be:
16 gb ram
As soon as I got on minecraft my game felt really choppy, not all the time, but about 50%+. It feels as though I'm getting 30 fps, even when I am over 500 fps. I tried capping the fps at 120 to see if maybe that would make a different, but it only made it worse. I'm not sure if maybe it has to do with the amount of chunk updates I'm getting, which gets to 500-900 normally. Another thing that is different is my memory. When I watch my used memory in the top right, it goes from 200MB-600MB in less than 3 seconds. This is happening on both 1.7.4 and 1.6.2, and the only mods I'm using are optifine and reis minimap.
This may sound odd but try turning down you mouse sensitivity and upping your dpi? If you don't have dpi just down you mouse sensitivity. Let me know if that helps
Jan 23, 2014Decaedo posted a message on A fatal error has been detected by the Java Runtime Environment. Help me pleaseAlright next step:Posted in: Java Edition Support
1. Hold down the Windows Key and R to bring up the Run dialog.
2. Type in: dxdiag and click Ok.
3. Click the Save All Information... button.
4. Save the file to your desktop.
5. Copy and paste the contents of that file on pastebin.
Also did you uninstall all java and jdk (if you have it) and re-install only java 7 32bit and 64bit?
EDIT: If the dxdiag file is too big for pastebin then put it here in a spoiler
Jan 23, 2014PEOPLE! I AM GOING TO SHOUT HERE! JUST BECAUSE FORGE IS UPDATED DOESN'T MEAN THE MODS ARE PLEASE CHECK VERSIONS BEFORE ADDING CRASHING AND COMPLAINING! *drink water and catches breath* Thanks for listeningPosted in: Java Edition Support
Jan 23, 2014Decaedo posted a message on Has anyone successfully combined Tekkit and Hexxit?Posted in: Java Edition SupportQuote from aieayear01
Yeah when I combine both modpacks without GalacticCraft there are ID's mismatches that I fixed and it works. Now I have a question you probably can't answer because it involves you doing this as well ahaha but can you try to add both mod packs together your self because when I do that the backpacks mod doesn't even work. I searched it on NEI and Creative and couldnt find any backpacks. When you try to craft a backpack it just gives you LivingMetal Armor. LivingMetal Armor is from the Harken Scythe mod so it's not any of the Tekkit mods problem. But when I only play with the Hexxit mods there are backpacks and the LivingMetal crafting recipe is different. Can you test Hexxit alone and then with Tekkit and tell me how it works out for you? I know its a lot of work for you so you'll probably say no ahahahha
You can do it yourself. It is an item id conflict. Unlike block id conflicts item id conflicts don't crash the game. What you want to do it open the forge client files with notepad++: http://notepad-plus-plus.org/ then control f and look for overwrit NOT overwrite overwrit then you'll see the conflicts and keep pressing enter the find them then change them just like you would with block id conflicts in the configs file
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