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In order to allocate more than 1 gb of ram (cause the game kept crashing) i wanted to change to a 64bit- version. The only one available was 1.14 which was saying it is known for causing problems. I tried to lauch pixelmon reforged with it but i just wouldn't open. I tried to find a version (preferably 1.8) in .minecraft folder to get the version, but i could not find the javaw file it needed. Below is a picture with my version option. So what i need is either a guide or a link to get the needed file to get the 64-bit version of 1.8 to 1.12. Anything in between works for me Edit: T
Heyo! So I downloaded the launcher, and tried to play Tekkit Legends or whatever it's called, but I could never load a world. Said it needed more memory. I looked up the issue, and (as was recommended) I downloaded Java 64-bit, because I do indeed have a 64-bit system. Except that if there is a 64-bit Java on my computer, the launcher won't launch. I've tried running as admin, but that just brings up the little "Launch as Admin?" pop-up, then a brief loading sign on the mouse, then nothing. It never even shows up in task manager. The only way it will launch is if the only Java vers
The launcher will not open if 64-bit Java has been installed, even if 32-bit Java is also installed. 32-bit Java has to be the only Java present on the system. My one and only workaround for this at the moment is to install 64-bit Java on a thumb drive and plug it in AFTER I've opened the Technic Launcher, so that I can choose it in the Java settings and increase the max RAM available. If 64-bit Java is installed on the system, the launcher will load for less than a second and then close, and then a Java error report will be saved where the launcher is located. Attached is one such error
I've tried both Java 7 64-bit and Java 8 64-bit and both all cause Technic Launcher to stop working all of a sudden. Only 32-bit is working now.. I need 64-bit so I don't have to uninstall Java 32-bit and reinstall Java 64-bit every time I need to use a 64-bit Java application. I am using Windows 7 64-bit. This never used to happen although..