CeejayTheRealMiner

My modpack is not working.

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On 22-1-2018 at 6:43 AM, CeejayTheRealMiner said:

I created a modpack and I cannot figure out what is wrong. Every time I load up the modpack, minecraft pops up and it shows as normal minecraft. 

Can someone please help!

This is the Dropbox link: https://dl.dropbox.com/s/qi5cug5m064663o/The Tales of Ceejay Modpack.zip?dl=1

 

Remove the .jar from your modpack.jar in your bin folder.

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8 hours ago, JaariAtmc said:

Remove the .jar from your modpack.jar in your bin folder.

Oh my gosh! It worked! Thank you so much!!!

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