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Why is it crashing?
Creating a mod pack can be a hard task to have everything work properly. Sometimes when you’re running a lot of mods, it’s really hard to pin point exactly why you are crashing, even with crash logs. Here’s what you can do.
What can I do?
You can take some time and start troubleshooting what may be issue with yout modpack. Here’s what you can do.
Back up your world
Before anything, we recommend that you create back-ups of any of your worlds that you really want to keep. This is VERY important in case something goes wrong. Simply create a zip of your world’s inside of your
saves folder to keep them save.
To start troubleshooting the problem with your modpack, move all the mods from your mods folder somewhere else, and load them one by one or in batches to exactly pin point what mod or combination of mods is causing the issue.
Once you have figured out what mods or combination of mods are causing the problem, you can either solve this issue by simply googling some terms like, “mod A conflicts with mod B” for example. If it’s a bug with the mod, you can report the issue if the mod has an issue tracker to put it on, or by finding the mod author’s discord.
Just be patient if it’s a mod compatibility issue, there’s only so much you can do as a user but to quickly solve the issue, is to temporarily or permanently remove it from your modpack.
💬 ML Support FAQ (PLEASE READ FIRST!!!)
💬 Which versions of Minecraft do you support?
💬 Can I port one of your mods?
💬 Do you make Fabric mods?
Author: Lachney and Silver_David
💬 How do I install Minecraft mods?
Author: Lachney, Jonathing, and JoltLiz
💬 Change Default Java Installation (Windows 10)
Author: Lachney and Jonathing
💬 Why can't I use Java 11 or above?
💬 How do I get out of the Dream or Nightmare dimension?
💬 How do I configure Dungeons Plus?
💬 How do I configure Beta Days?
💬 Can you update/port this mod?
💬 Why is my modpack crashing?