I can't allocate more than 1 GB of RAM to my technic launcer, and before you comment you need to know that I have a 64bit Win10 and 64 bit Java 8 latest version. I also have plenty of memory available (16 more precise) and a pretty nice pc, my only problem is that I can't load any pack because of the Ram restriction
I've been getting back into The Crafting Dead. I played a session just fine yesterday. Then when I tried to open it again last night it would open Minecraft showing the Mojang logo, then close it and open the launcher again as if nothing happened. I played just fine again earlier today but when I tried to open it just now, it doesn't want to work.
Here's my log: https://pastebin.com/JDJmNQ5q
when i install a modpack and click play, all it dose is close launcher then minecraft appears in the taskbar takes a few seconds then switches to the name of the mod im trying to play (Legands) then dose nothing, wont let me click on it and when i hover over its just a blank white box.
I have tried a Couple of different things to get it to work but to no avail.
Reinstalled minecraft and launcher
Changed to 64bit java and set to 4GB ram
checked to see if my NVIDA was up to date
all help would be greatly appreciated.
link to my logs https://pastebin.com/rNEDnvKb
Hello, I have recently found a glitch where technic launcher will not open. I run it, but it does not create a .technic folder or open. Minecraft works perfectly fine and I found out it was something to do with java. I have tried reinstalling java and restarting my computer, virus scans, reinstalling technic, but nothing works. I'm running Windows 7 64 bit if it helps. Thanks. (Ill attach the java errors) Here's the text information. The program mmc.exe version 6.1.7601.23892 stopped interacting with Windows and was closed. To see if more information about the problem is available, check the problem history in the Action Center control panel.
Process ID: 1e50
Start Time: 01d47e0a62f4ddd3
Termination Time: 22
Application Path: C:\windows\system32\mmc.exe
Report Id: b8dfe13d-e9fd-11e8-a761-4c72b9081cf7
The picture of it is attached.