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  1. Here you will find the know problems of the modpack builds. If you have a new know problem/error you can send me a pm and i will add it to the list! Game version 1.0.13c Known problem: Incompatible blocks Archimede's Ships Information: Game version 1.0.12a Known problem: Incompatible blocks Archimede's Ships Information: Game version 1.0.10b
  2. The fix for MapGenStructure issue. The fist bit of the error log will look like this: java.lang.NullPointerException at net.minecraft.world.gen.structure.StructureStart.func_75068_a(StructureStart.java:47) at net.minecraft.world.gen.structure.MapGenStructure.func_75051_a(MapGenStructure.java:81) This fix for this issue is not easy but here is the posts of loader and kalbintion combined.(source: http://forums.technicpack.net/tracker/issue-2010-connectionarea-crashes-server/) if you have this problem (structure generation/entity placement in certain chunks causing weird lag and crashes) try; Remove the bad chunk(s) using MCEdit Let your server regenerate them (may be fixed now). If it's still misbehaving, remove the bad chunks again. Shut down the server, copy the server files to your local singleplayer directory. Run the server's world in singleplayer, get it to generate those chunks . Copy the singleplayer version back onto the server, start the server. That process should fix it at some point for most people. Only do these instructions if the region replace fix (mentioned above) failed for you, as this method makes that portion of the world unplayable. if you visit the coordinates you were at, or within 150 blocks of, the issue will show up again. Effectively making that portion of the world unplayable until a more permanent solution or easier solution can be found (if one exists). Go download "NBTExplorer" Run it Open one of the following files: On Server: world_name/players/player_name.dat On SSP: world_name/level.dat In the SSP level.dat file you will need to expand (click on the +) the "Player" group, then follow below instructions like normal. Expand the Pos NBT group (+ sign next to it) Change your X, Y, and Z to some other location away from the crash. Setting this back to spawn or your base is best bet. Press CTRL+S (to save, shortcut may be different for systems other than windows) Load the world and make sure your changes are in effect, if you have issues with this, let me know on your specific issue thread so I can further give instructions.
  3. How to read an error log (Most cases with incompatible/crashing blocks) Here is an example of a oven that is crashing the server the most important part (for us as users) is this case is the beginning of the error log It should look something like the following: ---- Minecraft Crash Report ---- // There are four lights! Time: 9/02/14 2:20 PM Description: Ticking tile entity java.lang.NullPointerException at com.mrcrayfish.furniture.tileentity.TileEntityOven.solidifyItems(TileEntityOven.java:430) at com.mrcrayfish.furniture.tileentity.TileEntityOven.func_70316_g(TileEntityOven.java:323) at net.minecraft.world.World.func_72939_s(World.java:2209) at net.minecraft.world.WorldServer.func_72939_s(WorldServer.java:550) at net.minecraft.server.MinecraftServer.func_71190_q(MinecraftServer.java:668) at net.minecraft.server.dedicated.DedicatedServer.func_71190_q(DedicatedServer.java:276) at net.minecraft.server.MinecraftServer.func_71217_p(MinecraftServer.java:587) at net.minecraft.server.MinecraftServer.run(MinecraftServer.java:484) at net.minecraft.server.ThreadMinecraftServer.run(SourceFile:583) As you see here these 2 lines show the block name that's causing the crash: at com.mrcrayfish.furniture.tileentity.TileEntityOven.solidifyItems(TileEntityOven.java:430) at com.mrcrayfish.furniture.tileentity.TileEntityOven.func_70316_g(TileEntityOven.java:323) its the oven from the mod "mrcrayfish furniture mod". If you want to find the location of the items you need to go down in the error log -- Tile entity being ticked -- Details: Name: cfmOven // com.mrcrayfish.furniture.tileentity.TileEntityOven Block type: ID #854 (tile.quartzblock_bottom // com.mrcrayfish.furniture.blocks.BlockOven) Block data value: 1 / 0x1 / 0b0001 Block location: World: (541,105,-286), Chunk: (at 13,6,2 in 33,-18; contains blocks 528,0,-288 to 543,255,-273), Region: (1,-1; contains chunks 32,-32 to 63,-1, blocks 512,0,-512 to 1023,255,-1) Actual block type: ID #854 (tile.quartzblock_bottom // com.mrcrayfish.furniture.blocks.BlockOven) Actual block data value: 1 / 0x1 / 0b0001 Stacktrace: at net.minecraft.world.World.func_72939_s(World.java:2209) at net.minecraft.world.WorldServer.func_72939_s(WorldServer.java:550) As you see here there is this line: Block location: World: (541,105,-286)
  4. How to read an error log (mapwriter issue) So here is a example of an mapwriter error log. the most important part (for us as users) is this case is the beginning of the error log It should look something like the following: ---- Minecraft Crash Report ---- // This is a token for 1 free hug. Redeem at your nearest Mojangsta: [~~HUG~~] Time: 2/22/14 6:23 PM Description: Unexpected error java.lang.RuntimeException: Unknown character ' ' in 'C:/Users/<username>/AppData/Roaming/.technic/modpacks/attack-of-the-bteam/saves/mapwriter_sp_worlds/<worldname>/mapwriter.cfg:1' at net.minecraftforge.common.Configuration.load(Configuration.java:625) at net.minecraftforge.common.Configuration.<init>(Configuration.java:100) at net.minecraftforge.common.Configuration.<init>(Configuration.java:106) at mapwriter.forge.MwConfig.<init>(MwConfig.java:12) at mapwriter.Mw.loadWorldConfig(Mw.java:238) at mapwriter.Mw.onClientLoggedIn(Mw.java:475) at mapwriter.forge.MwConnectionHandler.clientLoggedIn(MwConnectionHandler.java:52) at cpw.mods.fml.common.network.NetworkRegistry.clientLoggedIn(NetworkRegistry.java:211) at cpw.mods.fml.common.network.FMLNetworkHandler.onConnectionEstablishedToServer(FMLNetworkHandler.java:91) at net.minecraft.client.multiplayer.NetClientHandler.func_72455_a(NetClientHandler.java:357) at net.minecraft.network.packet.Packet1Login.func_73279_a(Packet1Login.java:119) at net.minecraft.network.MemoryConnection.func_74428_b(MemoryConnection.java:89) at net.minecraft.client.Minecraft.func_71407_l(Minecraft.java:1967) at net.minecraft.client.Minecraft.func_71411_J(Minecraft.java:910) at net.minecraft.client.Minecraft.func_99999_d(Minecraft.java:838) at net.minecraft.client.main.Main.main(SourceFile:101) at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method) at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(Unknown Source) at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(Unknown Source) at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Unknown Source) at net.minecraft.launchwrapper.Launch.launch(Launch.java:131) at net.minecraft.launchwrapper.Launch.main(Launch.java:27) As you see here its the first line of the error log that tells you what and where it is: java.lang.RuntimeException: Unknown character ' ' in 'C:/Users/<username>/AppData/Roaming/.technic/modpacks/attack-of-the-bteam/saves/mapwriter_sp_worlds/<worldname>/mapwriter.cfg:1' Also note that the location of this file can be different than the location shown here. There are multiple mapwriter configs.
  5. your windows are from the default mc glass? And everything above the blue lamps is blocked off? try placing more then one. Because one sealer only covers around 1200 blocks. (i had to put more in one room first and after then it worked with only 3 sealers.) Some shapes are harder to seal then normal squares.
  6. you cant run 64 bit java? what kind of error do you get?
  7. Are you able to join the server? or does the server not start up at all?
  8. Check this: '?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>> With memory they mean RAM So you need to add more ram to the launcher.
  9. This topic contains the most common problems and fixes knows for attack of the b team! There is also a small> tutorial on how to read error logs and you might be able to figure out your self whats wrong with your game! And since a short time we are also showing the >known problems of this modpack! Note to your self: This is not the place to report new problems!! Use the Bug Reports! MOD EDIT: Do not come in here posting "help, my launcher doesn't work!" "the modpack doesn't work!". All issues you're experiencing are reported on the Bug Reports only. new users ignoring this may get tempbanned. - Munaus Please note that every PC is different and a fix stated here may not be the fix for you. The fixes here are fixes that worked for me and my friends or get reported to me as a fix. This topic Its a work in progress and i will keep adding more fixes on the way. Let's get started!! Issue: Out Of memory. Cause: This is caused because there is not enough memory allocated to the launcher. Fix: To fix this issue you need to allocate more memory to your launcher. Its recommended to have at least 1,5/2GB for this modpack. Make sure you do not go over 4 GB, java starts running slower and may crash. How to add more RAM: Click on the cog at the top right on the launcher. Issue: Can't add more then 1GB of RAM to the launcher. Cause: 1.) Not a 64Bit java installed (Or having an older version of 32Bit installed) 2.) Not enough RAM in your PC. Fix: 1.) Install a 64 bit version of java (http://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp ).Or uninstall the 32Bit version. 2.) Upgrade your PC with more RAM. Issue: Mod pack wont update/download. Cause: Most of the time a anti-virus software blocking the download Fix: 1.) Update you java to the most recent version. 2.)Make sure no (parental) software if blocking the download (Virus scanner/Net nanny) 3.) Keep trying. Issue: Failed to download <some file> Cause: Security software, internet connection interruption Fix: Disable security software temporarily, if it works, add the base url to exceptions (http://resources.download.minecraft.net/0f/0f for example has a base url of minecraft.net) (Thanks to kalbintion) Issue: Game wont update past 1.0.8 Cause: Outdated java.(Some mods don't support the older java versions) Fix: Update java and make sure you get the right version (64 or 32 Bit) and you delete all old version of java. (If the client can chose between and up-to-date 32 bit version of an outdated 64 bit version it will take the 64 bit one. (Thanks to: ArabicSnowman) Issue: No mobs spawning Cause: Mob limit hit. Fix: this can be solved by typing the command /cofh killall Or change your difficulty to peaceful briefly so hostile mobs despawn. (Thanks to kalbintion) Issue: IndexOutOfBoundsException Error Cause: Related to a Config being corrupt issue. Fix: Resetting the modpack. The error in the log: (Thanks to kalbintion) Issue: Crash on mojang screen. Cause: Various causes know. (Can basically be anything) 1.) Outdated java 2.) Fail in mapwriter config. (check how to read a error log down here) Fix: I am naming some different fixes here. If this did not work for you make a issue on the issue tracker don't forget to add the log ( %appdata%/.technic/logs ) 1.) Update java. ( http://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp ). 2.) Go to the location of the mapwriter you find in the error log. and delete the file (make a backup) 3.)There are many reason this could happen. try to reset the modpack (You will lose custom settings) 4.) if that did not help make an issue repport here And include an errorlog Issue: Server/Client crashes when you joins a server/load the world Cause: Depends on the error log. most common reason I have seen is because of an mod item that crashes the world. (Check the how to read an error log tutorial down here) Fix: the fix for an block incompatibility. (the following example is for the oven from "mrcrayfish furniture mod" but it also works for the DNA Breeder.) Go into the mods folder then to the config folder, open up the cfm.cfg file and change the line: I:BlockOven=854 to I:BlockOven=Which should delete the oven from you world the next time you load it, (Thanks to Kr0nZ) Fix 2: you will have to open up your map in mcedit and remove the block manually. Issue: Server/Client crashes when you joins a server/load the world ( StructureStart issue) Cause: Depends on the error log. (Check the how to read an error log tutorial down here)This one is for the following issue: at net.minecraft.world.gen.structure.StructureStart.func_75068_a(StructureStart.java:47) at net.minecraft.world.gen.structure.MapGenStructure.func_75051_a(MapGenStructure.java:81) Fix 1: Update the game to version 1.0.12a If you have done that, And the issue is still there or started there, go tough the following steps: Shut off server/game.go to the world save folder.Go into the data folder.Delete BOPVillage.dat and villages.dat.Issue still there? Try Fix 2.Fix 2: >Check the post here below (#4) (Thanks to kalbintion) Issue: Says it is missing microblocks Cause: Version mismatch between client and server Fix: Find out what version of the modpack the server is running and set the client to it. (Thanks to kalbintion) Issue: Minimap losing textures Cause: went into cave mode Fix: press ; (semi-colon) in-game (Thanks to kalbintion) Issue: Hunger Bar randomly depletes very quicklyCause: UnknownFix: Relog (Generally fixes the issue 99% of the time) (Thanks to kalbintion) Issue: Saves worlds disappearing. Cause: unknown? Fix: Back-up the world save folder from .technicmodpacksattack-of-the-bteamsaves Create a new world with the exact same name, it may not start you off in a familiar area If it does not - go to where your base would be, if it isn't there, continue to follow instructions Copy the level.dat from the newly generated world, most likely under the world save name followed by a hyphen under the saves folder mentioned previously, into the old worlds folder. Note: Having two worlds with the exact same name can be a bit confusing, ensure you load into the correct world if two now appear with the same name Note: Doing these instructions without providing the same world seed will cause chunks to no longer properly line-up (Thanks to kalbintion) Issue: Mapwiter file corrupt (see >this to see if you have that error). Cause: unknown. Fix: Go to the location of the mapwriter you find in the error log. and delete the file (make a backup) and let it regenerate by the client. Be aware: There are 2 different locations where the file can be Version 1: C:/Users/<username>/AppData/Roaming/.technic/modpacks/attack-of-the-bteam/saves/mapwriter_sp_worlds/<worldname>/mapwriter.cfg:1' Version 2: C:/Users/<username>/AppData/Roaming/.technic/modpacks/attack-of-the-bteam/saves/mapwriter_mp_worlds/<worldname>/mapwriter.cfg:1' Issue: Game wont load up. Cause: unknown. Fix: Start your technic launcher, select Attack of the b-team mod, and go to settings. Press "open folder", go to "mods", delete all "project red" files, install the latest build of project red (32 i think) from here and pop all the .jar files into the "mods" folder! (Thanks to: f1n1ay)
  10. at com.mrcrayfish.furniture.tileentity.TileEntityOven.solidifyItems(TileEntityOven.java:430) at com.mrcrayfish.furniture.tileentity.TileEntityOven.func_70316_g(TileEntityOven.java:323) The oven you or one of your friends have places is causing the crash. For me deleting the oven with MCedit worked for me. Tho there have been reports that changing the item id in the config to nothing seems to delete the item as well. (http://forums.technicpack.net/tracker/issue-378-crash-with-mrcrayfish-furniture-oven/)
  11. That's not the problem tho. I use a way older java (1.7.0_25) And i have no problems Tho its never wrong to update java
  12. Your DNA breeder is crashing your world. at com.advGenetics.TileEntity.TileEntityDNABreeder.func_70316_g(TileEntityDNABreeder.java:204) So fix is, Get MCedit. Load the world. find your DNA breeder and delete it from the world. The location of the breeder: -837,64,263 Hope you can fix it.
  13. Press "N" i had this too. I reset the modpack but the fix was N
  14. What you can do to fix this, Generate a new world and copy the following fils from the new world to the old world: level.dat Please note that you lose your Inventory, achievements, mapwriter info, etc.
  15. What you can do to fix this, Generate a new world and copy the following fils from the new world to the old world: level.dat Please note that you lose your Inventory, achievements, mapwriter info, etc.
  16. make sure you have the most recent version of java (Download the good one 32 bit or 64 bit here: https://www.java.com/nl/download/manual.jsp ) And then add more ram to your launcher (Max ram 3 GB or java can start running slow or may crash)
  17. its just single player and that uses one player file not more, since its single player. As said above make new world would be an option, if you want to play with your friends, host a LAN game Or set up a server.
  18. op your self. Big change your in the spawn protection area. Or go to your server.properties and put spawn protection on 1
  19. To make sure for the biomes make some worlds in single player and do some fly arounds.
  20. your java is not updated, you log says this: Java is Java HotSpot 64-Bit Server VM, version 1.7.0_45, most recent java is: 1.7.0_51 But thats weird that its still not working. and obvious a new world does work right? Let me try to think of something
  21. No need to shout. but i geuss you play singleplayer then? Since the world wont show up. Try this: make a new save, copy and pasting that save's level.dat to the old world. You lose your inventory, achievements, mapwriter info, etc. but you at least get to keep the world and anything you've made/stored in chests.
  22. So it seems that your world file is broken. Try toggling hostile mobs spawning off and start the server and see what happens. (and update java XD)
  23. hehe XD he forgot a space Try this one http://mirror.technicpack.net/Technic/servers/bteam/BTeam_Server_v1.0.6.zip
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