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    posted a message on Minecraft crash when i install decocraft

    If you bought it, then we would help you out in trying to fix the problem. At this point, no help will be provided. Please buy the game.

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on How can I gain FPS WITHOUT buying a GPU

    If the game is running nearly at 0 FPS for you, mods probably won't be able to help very much. As webrosc said, it's time for an upgrade.

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on [v1.8.21/] SecurityCraft~ Security cameras, Retinal scanners, and more!

    SecurityCraft is partnered with Nodecraft! Join the official SecurityCraft server at securitycraft.nodecraft.gg using Minecraft 1.16.5 and the latest version of SecurityCraft.

    Want your very own Minecraft server? Use the promo code "SecurityCraft" or use this referral link to get 30% off your first month's payment!

    Check out this awesome mod spotlight by Redstone KnightX!


    SecurityCraft adds a lot of new content to secure your house with. Ever wanted to protect your home against pesky creepers or annoying griefers? Now you can!


    Descriptions of all the features in SecurityCraft v1.8.0 or later can be found in the in-game item called the "SecurityCraft manual". It gives the descriptions and recipes of all the blocks/items in the mod. You get can it in Creative mode or by typing "/sc help".

    Many more coming in future updates!
    And of course, bugfixes galore!



    As stated in the above spoiler, all the recipes for blocks/items in SecurityCraft v1.8.0 or later can be found in-game, in the "SecurityCraft manual" item, which you can get in Creative mode or by typing "/sc help".



    Note: As with all new CurseForge downloads, they have to be approved by a moderator. If a new version was announced, but it doesn't let you download the file, check back in a few hours.











    Just place the downloaded file into your .minecraft/mods folder with Forge installed.

    Older releases:

    [1.8] SecurityCraft v1.7.2: Click me!
    [1.7.10] SecurityCraft v1.7.2: Click me!
    [1.8] SecurityCraft v1.7.1: Click me!
    [1.7.10] SecurityCraft v1.7.1: Click me!
    [1.8] SecurityCraft v1.7.0: Click me!
    [1.7.10] SecurityCraft v1.7.0: Click me!
    [1.7.10] SecurityCraft v1.6.1: Click me!
    [1.7.2] SecurityCraft v1.6.1: Click me!
    [1.7.10] SecurityCraft v1.6.0: Click me!
    [1.7.2] SecurityCraft v1.6.0: Click me!
    [1.6.4] SecurityCraft v1.5pre: Click me!
    [1.6.4] SecurityCraft v1.4.1: http://www.curseforg...1_for_1.6.4.zip
    [1.6.4] SecurityCraft v1.4 pre-release: http://www.mediafire...fasd13z88k7umvm
    [1.6.4] SecurityCraft v1.3: http://www.mediafire...3_for_1.6.4.zip
    [1.6.2] SecurityCraft v1.2: http://geforce.freef...g/post4.html#p4
    [1.6.2] SecurityCraft v1.1: Click me!
    [1.6.2] SecurityCraft v1.0.8: http://adf.ly/U5oif
    [1.6.2] SecurityCraft v1.0.4: http://adf.ly/U08yL
    [1.6.2] SecurityCraft v1.0.2:
    [1.6.2] SecurityCraft v1.0: http://adf.ly/TsWnV
    [1.6.2][Pre-release] SecurityCraft v1.0: http://www.mediafire...5c03bjkqgad13dm.


    Frequently asked questions:

    Question: Can i use this mod in my modpack?

    Answer: Sure, as long as credit is given!

    Question: Can you port this mod to Minecraft 1.x.x?

    Answer: I will probably only be porting this mod to versions 1.6.2/4, 1.7.2/4, and future versions.

    Question: My game crashed! Your mod doesnt work!

    Answer: I need the crashlog. I cannot help you without it. Post your crashlog here, or on my forums, and ill get back with you.

    Question: Why is there no recipes for keycard lv2 and 3?

    Answer: As of SC v1.5, there is crafting recipe, but you have to enable them through the SecurityCraft configuration file.

    Question: I'm using SecurityCraft for 1.8+, and my game crashes with this error: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: net/minecraftforge/event/entity/EntityMountEvent

    Answer: Update Forge to v11.14.1.1338+. Link to that version found here.



    Follow us @I_Mod_Minecraft and @bl4ckscor3 on Twitter. We post updates and announcements related to SecurityCraft and other mods, plus other ramblings.

    Suggestions? Want to see how the mod's development is coming along?
    Check out SecurityCraft's Trello board, found here!

    Found a bug or experienced a crash? Let us know by using this GoogleDocs form.

    SecurityCraft's source code can be found on GitHub!

    Thanks to JorBinks for the SecurityCraft banner!

    For extra support (or just to chat!):


    Thanks! Be sure to leave suggestions if you have any!

    Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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    posted a message on [v1.8.21/] SecurityCraft~ Security cameras, Retinal scanners, and more!
    Quote from Jered»

    What versions of Minecraft does this modification work on?

    I am on Xbox one Minecraft do you have it downloadable in the Minecraft store before you start playing Minecraft or do you have to mess around with files to get this to work on an Xbox one. And will it corrupt or ruin my world. The last thing that I would incorporate in your project is To Beable to have working bookshelves that does not have Anything to do with enchanting or an easier way to do it is to have a choker box that has the outside texture as a bookshelf you could probably label it as working bookshelf or practical bookshelf

    As InuYasha said, you are not allowed to mod console versions of Minecraft per Microsoft's, Sony's, and/or Nintendo's Terms of Services.

    Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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    posted a message on Is 8 GB of RAM enough to play Minecraft?

    Oh, sorry. I thought you were buying another laptop, my bad. The Vega 8 is fairly similar to the Intel UHD 630 that I mentioned, so everything that I mentioned still stands. It should do just fine if you aren't worried about getting hundreds of FPS in-game. And if you do want to upgrade your PC in the future, something like a 1650 Ti is pretty cheap and will give you more than enough performance for Minecraft and basic mods.

    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on Is 8 GB of RAM enough to play Minecraft?

    That should be just fine if you don't plan on playing with a lot of mods. What I would be more concerned about is what GPU the laptop has as that will determine the frame rates that you get in-game (for the most part). Does the laptop have integrated graphics or a dedicated graphics card? Integrated graphics cards can be fairly weak and may not perform very well. Not all integrated graphics cards are horrible for games like Minecraft though. Cards like the Intel UHD 630 should be more than enough if you don't expect to get hundreds of frames per second.

    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on Help will this laptop play Java?

    I mean, it may technically work and allow the game to load, but that laptop is quite underpowered. The main components, the CPU and graphics processor, are already either under Java Edition's minimum requirements or at the very edge of it. It already won't be playing Minecraft very well unmodified, and when your son adds mods to it, it'll only get even more sluggish. Every update to Minecraft only makes it require more and more power to run well, and if you are starting at the minimum requirements, its performance will quickly become poor. I would recommend grabbing a computer that's slightly better. Yes, it will probably be a little more expensive, but it will last a lot longer and will save you money (i.e. buying another computer) in the long run.

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    posted a message on How to use 80gb of ram in game help me.

    Like TheMasterCaver said, more RAM does not equal more FPS.

    EDIT: Just saw the video that you posted. Definitely turn down your render distance. 64 chunks with shaders is very taxing, even with powerful GPUs. You open the F3 debug screen a few times throughout the video, and you can see that your memory usage is only between 3-4GBs. Allocating 80GBs is extremely overkill and won't help your frame rate. Also, you shouldn't allocate more than half of your system's RAM to one process. So the most memory that you should ever give one program on your PC is 64GB.

    You have to realize that Minecraft is a very poorly optimized game written in a language not made for games. Those other games that you mentioned such as Fortnite are made in proper gaming engines made to get everything out of your PC's specs, which is not the case with Minecraft.

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on I don't have a "maxwell" or "minecraftserver" folder in my Minecraft directory.

    I've never heard of a "maxwell" folder when you're trying to make a Minecraft server? Have you downloaded and ran Minecraft's server .jar file from Minecraft's website?

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on error when entering minegraft. HELPPPPPPPPP

    When you say that the loading screen "gets caught", do you mean that the game crashes and shows an error report, or that it simply stops responding halfway through the loading screen? If you meant that the game stops responding, run a scan with ADWCleaner. That issue is usually caused by malware.

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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