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  • The file "fml-1.7.10-7.10.84.997-universal.jar" is not required and should be removed from your /bin/ folder.
  • The legacyjavafixer is not required and should be removed.
  • Many of your mods seem to be from illegitimate sources. Almost no mod authors name their mods in the format of "Mod-Name-1.7.10.jar". Any mods with names in that format should be updated with the latest/correct/matching versions directly from the mod authors.
  • You have at least one file with "(1)" in the file name. This is an indication that a duplicate file was downloaded to the same folder. The file name should be fixed to remove this addition.
  • NEI and Thaumcraft are out of date and should be updated.

Address these issues and come back if you are still having performance issues.

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  • The file "fml-1.7.10-7.10.84.997-universal.jar" is not required and should be removed from your /bin/ folder.
  • The legacyjavafixer is not required and should be removed.
  • Many of your mods seem to be from illegitimate sources. Almost no mod authors name their mods in the format of "Mod-Name-1.7.10.jar". Any mods with names in that format should be updated with the latest/correct/matching versions directly from the mod authors.
  • You have at least one file with "(1)" in the file name. This is an indication that a duplicate file was downloaded to the same folder. The file name should be fixed to remove this addition.
  • NEI and Thaumcraft are out of date and should be updated.

Address these issues and come back if you are still having performance issues.

I renamed some of the mods. That is why they are named like that. I fixed everything else you said. But it is still laggy

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