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  1. Servers officially been open for about 3 weeks and we already have some pretty cool creations. If you want to check out any more pictures in the future please feel free to check out our gallery :). p.s. We have also now installed Fastcraft to the modpack which has significantly aided in reducing lag for our players.
  2. Select tekkit classic. Go into 'Modpack options' (in the technic launcher). Click 'open'. To open the location of your tekkit classic files Now go into 'logs' and paste your fml-latest.client log to http://pastebin.com. Then we can do something.
  3. Ok. In the technic launcher navigate to 'modpack options'. Click 'open' to open your install folder. Go into 'logs' and post your fml-latest.client.log to http://pastebin.com Then we can do something. =3. Also. Because it's a server issue you may not be able to fix it yourself and may need to contact the server owner. Try running the modpack in singleplayer and see if you get the same error.
  4. Do you have the latest version of Java?
  5. Just spotted your problem after looking through it again. OpenBlocks{1.4.4} [OpenBlocks] (OpenBlocks-1.7.10-1.4.4-deobf.jar) Your running the deobf version. The proper version your looking for is here: https://mods.curse.com/mc-mods/minecraft/228816-openblocks/2250321#
  6. Your missing files. This may be because the files didn't download correctly. Try re-installing the pack by clicking 'modpack options', 'reinstall pack'. If that dosen't work try turning off any firewalls you currently have on. These may be preventing you from downloading the correct files. If that dosen't work then their is another option but it's not ideal :P.
  7. If you have any custom java launch options remove them and try again.
  8. Minefactory relies on the cofhcore libraries. Download them here: https://mods.curse.com/mc-mods/minecraft/cofhcore
  9. I think whats happened is you've downloaded the wrong version of the mod Openblocks, you have the .deof version of Openblocks or your missing a dependency. Check if you have Openmodslib, if you do then could you give me the version of Forge your modpack runs on and what version of Openblocks and Openmodslib you have. Also for further reference. Use pastebin... http://pastebin.com/
  10. The 2 mods suggested and accepted by our community are AE2 and Extrautilities, p.s. I would have just edited the thread but yet again upon re-editing and completing the captcha 3 times it still wouldn't update. I'll try again tomorrow :P. EDIT: Fixed.
  11. You could also look for DefenseTech (By AidanCbrady, the maker of Mekanism) as an alternative to ICBM,
  12. The server is currently running a unique 'Mod suggestion scheme' that many people may be interested in. Basically, you can suggest as many mods as you want to our modpack through the site http://uu.enjin.com and we will consider all the mods suggested that week and put them in a poll. The 2 mods with the most votes will (if possible) be added to the modpack. (Note that any mods that add world generation to the overworld, nether or end cannot be added or must have the world generation disabled to find other options).
  13. I might be wrong but the link to the dropbox file seems a bit weird. Are you sure you copied the 'direct' link and edited it? works for me and mine looks more like this: https://dl.dropbox.com/s/[link].zip?dl=1 Also make sure your modpack zip file is actually named 'modpack.zip'. (You probably already know this). EDIT: Just realised how long ago you posted this... xD.
  14. Please note: If possible ask if you have permission to run a technic launcher modpack through the standard minecraft launcher as some modpack authors may not want you to as it does effect the analytics gathered for the pack and certainly don't edit and re-distribute your instance of the pack to others if you don't have permission. Technics launcher is an easy and effective way of installing and updating modpacks. However, on a rare occasion that you're having trouble with the Technic launcher or you wish to install a client mod that doesn't disappear everytime you update the pack. (For e.g. Journeymap)... You can do the following depending on if you're able to launch/access the launcher. You can run and access the launcher but the launcher/minecraft lags - Open the Technic launcher. Click on your modpack and then click 'modpack options','open'. This should open the directory your modpack is saved. Copy and save the location of your modpack instance somewhere so you don't forget it. (Example directory. C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Roaming\.technic\modpacks\[modpack name]) - Go into /bin/version.json. Your minecraft forge version will be displayed here. - Find your version of forge here: http://files.minecraftforge.net/ and install using the correct installer to your normal MC directory. (E.g. %appdata%/roaming...) - Open the standard MC launcher and make a new instance in the normal MC launcher. (In the new windows launcher this is located under 'Launch options'). You should change the 'Game directory' to the Technic directory link you saved earlier and change 'Version' to the correct version of forge you wish to use. Fin. Please note if the packs Forge version updates you will have to manually re-install forge and change the 'Version' to this newest version of forge You can't access the launcher/packs won't update on the launcher (or) you wish to add client mods Before you do anything you need to have access to the latest version of the modpack. If you're having trouble running a custom modpack you can usually contact the modpack author and they will have the direct download link. I don't know what you would do for Technic packs (need to ask the Technic staff). Although this doesn't benefit Technic please note if you're really having trouble you may find your pack on a different launcher. (Won't advertise any here but you probably know them). - Download and extract the .zip file. Copy and save the location of the directory of the modpack you just extracted somewhere so you don't forget it. (Example directory. C:\Users\[username]\Desktop\[Modpack name]) - Go into /bin/version.json. Your minecraft forge version will be displayed here. - Find your version of forge here: http://files.minecraftforge.net/ and install using the correct installer to your normal MC directory. (E.g. %appdata%/roaming...) - Open the standard MC launcher and make a new instance in the normal MC launcher. (In the new windows launcher this is located under 'Launch options'). You should change the 'Game directory' to the directory link you saved earlier and change 'Version' to the correct version of forge you wish to use. - Fin. Please note if the packs Forge version updates you will have to manually re-install forge and change the 'Version' to this newest version of forge. Also note that you will have to re-download the lastest .zip file everytime the modpack updates and update the mods + config folders). - For client mods simply follow the same steps (above) but add the desires mod(s) in the 'mods' folder. Make sure you have permission from both the mod author and modpack author to add this to the pack.