Mods are a great way to spice up your gameplay. Mods can be about almost anything, and we have time and again explored several Minecraft mods. In this article, we are going to talk about Minecraft Forge and learn how to fix the Minecraft Forge server crashing issue. Minecraft Forge is a free, open-source server that allows players to install and run Minecraft mods. Let’s dive right in:
Minecraft is currently going through a 2 part update, which comes with a lot of features. The Caves and Cliffs update Part 1 has been released, and we couldn’t be more excited. The update includes interesting new mobs, along with some cool new blocks and new biomes. The second part of the update will bring in more of the same, along with changes to the caves and cliffs of the game.
While all this new content is a lot to behold, Minecraft has historically been a game of versatility. There have been several fan-made mods that allow years to add whatever they want into the game. Minecraft Forge is an application programming interface, or API, that allows users to make Minecraft do whatever they want, ranging from new creatures to new systems.
How to fix Minecraft Forge server crashing issue ?
Game crashes are always frustrating, no matter which game. The same is true for Minecraft. The Minecraft Forge server crashing error is followed by the following message:
An unexpected issue occured and the game has crashed. We’re sorry for the incovenience.
Here are some steps you can follow in order to fix the Minecraft Forge server crashing issue:
- Head on to your Minecraft game folder.
- In the folder, locate the mod folder.
- Create a shortcut folder of the mod folder, on your desktop
- On your desktop, create 2 new folders.
- Name the first folder to the Minecraft version you want to play
- Name the second folder to a previous Minecraft version number, followed by ‘mods’
- From the mods shortcut folder, select the mods dedicated to the previous Minecraft version. Copy them to the folder named after their Minecraft version
- Run Minecraft Forge
- Now head on to the shortcut mods folder again, and move the mod files of the version you want to use onto the folder named after their Minecraft version
- Move the mod files from the folder named after the previous Minecraft version into the shortcut mods folder.
- Run Minecraft Forge again, this should solve the issue
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