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  1. modpack creation

    It may also be that you zipped the "modpack" folder, while you should zip the contents of said folder. So it should be like (modpack.zip -> bin/config/mods) AND NOT LIKE (modpack.zip -> modpack -> bin/config/mods).
  2. No, the launcher has a cache and it takes a while before the new update is synced with the launcher itself. This should take anywhere between 2 minutes and ~55 minutes.
  3. Try using MCheli 1.0.3 instead: https://minecraft.curseforge.com/projects/mcheli-minecraft-helicopter-mod/files/2395856
  4. Yeah, those files are regenerated on first pack launch.
  5. Please try one of the following 3 things: Remove your resourcepack folder. Remove the folders (carpenters and millenaire) from your mods folder. Do both. I could (cheaty hacky) get your modpack to work doing "both", but it might be only one of the two.
  6. Question here: This pack: https://www.technicpack.net/modpack/mianite-reborn.856833/about Or something else?
  7. It downloaded fine for me as well. Just a note, the launcher only accepts .zip folders, .rar's are not accepted. Now... Atleast try to get everything from official sources: http://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/mapping-and-modding/minecraft-mods/wip-mods/1439594-dragon-mounts-r46-wip http://jenkins.ic2.player.to/job/IC2_experimental/ Also, you need to set the modpack version on 1.7.10, not on 1.7.9. Just look farther on the list, its there, just not where you'd expect it to be.
  8. No, this person is trying to allocate all of the 16 GB of ram in their system, while there is only about 12 GB free to do so (still a very bad idea).
  9. You'd best try the Technic Discord server then.
  10. Is this relevant to you?
  11. Change the download link, at the end, from "?dl=0" to "?dl=1" to fix this particular issue.
  12. Try running on Java8u60 first.
  13. It probably ran fine before you upgraded to Windows 10. Update your Intel graphic drivers.
  14. Yeah, it is related to RAM. To be specific, either java environment variables that limit any java process to a certain size, or you trying to allocate more RAM than is currently available. I'd venture to say it is the first one, for which you need to run the following script: http://download.uskarian.net/technic/clearJavaEnvVars.bat
  15. 1.) You cannot use mediafire for modpack downloads, as it is not a direct link. | 2.) The launcher only accepts .zip files, it does not accept .rar files.
  16. How about you check that link of yours? It does not work, as in, there is nothing to download there.
  17. Please make your own thread, don't hijack others. And don't zip the modpack folder, zip the contents of the modpack folder instead.
  18. You updated that crappy laptop to Win 10 eh? Try updating your Intel drivers. Edit: Oh, and the modpack you are trying to load requires Java8, so you can't try and use Java7.
  19. Alright, what did you do to your modpack.jar? It shouldn't be 50 MB.
  20. And you get what kind of error exactly?
  21. Update your NVIDIA drivers.
  22. Bother Craftersland about that. This forum has nothing to do with them.
  23. Install Java 64-bit, then select 64-bit Java on the launcher and set the RAM allocation to something like 2 or 3 GB. More is not necessary for Tekkit, 3 GB is even on the high side.
  24. Yeah, Skydaz... Mod Installers. I'm no fan of those, as they usually come bundled with malware.
  25. So uhh, the pack downloaded fine with the new link. You should add legacyjavafixer though. You shouldn't, however, download mods from 3rd party crap sites, only from sites like Curse and Minecraftforum (NOT minecraft-forum, that's an crappy imposter). Why is this relevant? Well, BetterDungeons, for example, was somehow broken. Downloaded the one from Curse (-> Curseforge) and that one worked fine.