Lord Ptolemy

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  1. Moved to Platform Pagoda. Also deleting other user's comments or your own comments? You currently can't delete your own messages. As for other users it should delete them, but it may be delayed quite a bit.
  2. The launcher keeps a file of what modpacks you currently have installed. This can get corrupted for a variety of reasons. From not having enough disk space to you force quitting the launcher. All the modpacks are still downloaded just not being listed. Easiest thing to do is just install all the modpacks again. The launcher will realize they're already installed and just add them to the list again. The alternative way is to give a screenshot of your modpacks folder by browsing to: Windows: %APPDATA%\.technic\modpacks Mac(tell me if not correct): ~/Library/Application Support/.technic/modpacks Linux (tell me if not correct): ~/.technic/modpacks in your file browser. Then upload the screenshot here and I'll give you a fixed file to replace the corrupted one.
  3. This isn't an issue with Tekkit Legends as you've modified it. Delete Optifine and your issue will go away.
  4. Uninstall the Evolve overlay or make sure it isn't running at all.
  5. Delete the file called runData in the bin folder of the modpack you're trying to run.
  6. Moved to Server Op Swap Shop as this isn't an issue related to Tekkit.
  7. As the output states that's not Java 8. That's Java 9. The Technic launcher, Forge, nor Minecraft supports Java 9. 1.) Up a terminal a terminal and enter these one at a time: $ sudo rm -fr /Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk-9.jdk/ $ sudo rm -fr /Library/Internet\ Plug-Ins/JavaAppletPlugin.plugin $ sudo rm -fr /Library/PreferencePanes/JavaControlPanel.prefPane 2.) Install JDK 8 http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html 3.) Restart your computer.
  8. Open up a terminal and type: java -version Copy and paste the output here.
  9. Chances are the host for modpack you're trying to download is slow. Try downloading an official modpack like Tekkit Legends. Regardless please attach or upload your log to http://pastebin.com In order to get your logs, please go into the Launcher Options (upper-right corner), then on the bottom-left corner of that screen, click "Open Logs". The logs are all called techniclauncher_YYYY-MM-DD.log, with YYYY being the Year, MM being the Month, and DD being the day. We need the Logs from when you were/are having your issues.
  10. Open up a terminal and type java -version Copy paste the output here.
  11. The modpack author did not correctly setup Forge. If they have a way to contact them then I suggest you tell them it is broken and that they should fix it. EDIT: Moved to the correct section
  12. java 9

    Downgrade to Java 8. Forge nor Minecraft support Java 9. So even if the launcher supported it you wouldn't be able to run anything.
  13. Your forge file is named wrong. It is suppose to be modpack.jar not modpack.jar.jar Enable file extensions in Windows then fix the file name. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/865219/how-to-show-or-hide-file-name-extensions-in-windows-explorer
  14. Your Java install is corrupted. To reinstall it please go to the link below and download the version for your computer. If you're using Windows, please use the version Windows Offline (64-Bit). After downloading the updated version of Java. Please click on the installer to install it. http://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp
  15. 1.) In the Windows search bar in the bottom left of the screen type "command prompt" 2.) Once the command prompt has opened type "java -version" 3.) Show the results here.