Thursday, February 23, 2012

Minecraft 1.1 Crash

When you open Minecraft launcher and try to log-in with it, the screen may go black for a few seconds and then you’ll be notified that Minecraft has crashed. From simply restarting the computer to sending an error report to the company has never worked for majority of the users. We’ll discuss the various tips and tricks to fix Minecraft 1.1 crash.
Minecraft 1.1
  • Delete Game Options File
  • Move Saved Game Files to your Desktop
  • Repair the Registry Configurations
  • Delete Bin and Resources Folders
  • Use Compatibility Mode
  • Turn Off your Antivirus 

Delete Game Options File
The user preferences and game settings are stored in a file named as Options.ini.  You’re experiencing Minecraft 1.1 crash because the game options are inappropriately modified. Do the steps given below:
  1. Click Start, select Run.
  2. Type %AppData%\.Minecraft
  3. Press ENTER.
  4. Right click Options.txt file and select Delete option.
  5. Note: If you can’t find the above mentioned file into AppData directory, then try searching it in the C:\Program Files\Minecraft directory. 

Move Saved Game Files to your Desktop
You may experience Minecraft 1.1 crash if the saved game files are corrupt. Rather than deleting them move them to your desktop as below:
  1. Click Start, Run. Type %AppData%\.Minecraft.
  2. Press ENTER.
  3. Drag and move the Saves folder to your desktop.

Repair the Registry Configurations
Along with the application data stored on your hard disk, there can be some registry entries that can also making Minecraft 1.1 crash problem. Download and install a Registry Cleaner. Start full registry scan and repair all problems found.
Delete Bin and Resources Folders
From the Minecraft application data folder delete the sub folders Bin and Resources respectively. Minecraft 1.1 crash will be permanently fixed.
Use Compatibility Mode
Try running Minecraft 1.1 in the compatibility mode. Do the following procedures:
  1. Right click the desktop shortcut, select Properties.
  2. Click Compatibility tab.
  3. Select Run this program in compatibility mode for checked.
  4. Select an earlier version of Windows and click Apply | OK.
Turn Off your Antivirus
While running Minecraft 1.1 make sure that your antivirus program is closed. Use the system tray icon of your antivirus to make it turn off.

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