- 1 Introduction
- 1.1 Minecraft Crashes After Loading World
Did you just load up Minecraft and find that it had crashed? Don’t panic! Whether you’re using the PC version or the Mac version of Minecraft, the solution to your problems is the same; it’s just a matter of knowing what those problems are and how to solve them. Let us know ‘Minecraft Crashes After Loading World’.
Minecraft Crashes After Loading World
Everybody’s favorite block-based sandbox building game, Minecraft, makes it easy to build anything you can imagine unless, of course, the game crashes on you while loading the world. If you’re having this problem with your Minecraft game, there are a few ways to fix it and get back to enjoying your game as quickly as possible.This article will tell you everything you need to know about when Minecraft crashes after loading a world, and how to avoid similar situations in the future so that your game will run smoothly, without crashing or encountering errors every few minutes.
What is this all about?
It’s a game about breaking and placing blocks. At first, people built structures to protect against nocturnal monsters, but as the game grew players worked together to create wonderful, imaginative things. Explore big biomes full of new plants and animals. You can also craft new tools and items or combine them with redstone, nether quartz and many other materials to create powerful tools. Or you can just relax by your own private beach.
The possibilities are endless. In Creative mode, there are no enemies. You can place blocks wherever you like, build anything you can imagine. Adventure mode challenges players to explore the vast world where they will find resources, treasures and dungeons filled with dangerous mobs that will attack on sight. Players have their choice of survival mode (where they must mine resources to build shelter before nightfall) or spectator mode (where they can fly around freely). Survival mode is more difficult than creative and free-for-all modes because it has an ever-present danger from hostile mobs; however, it is possible for players to attain items that allow them to survive longer if they play well enough. Players may interact with each other through trading, chatting or playing mini-games in which every player gets their own separate high score table.
What is causing the crash?
Crashes in Minecraft (the computer game) most often occur for two reasons: either something is happening that causes an error or your computer has run out of resources, which are required for the game to continue running smoothly. In both cases, we have different options to try and fix it – if you’ve already tried all of them, you might have to ask on our forums as well so more experienced people can help you with your problem. Good luck!
Minecraft is encountering an error when loading a world you have played in before, but didn’t save. Minecraft saves your worlds by default when you exit to prevent data loss, so if something goes wrong with that process and data gets corrupted, it can cause crashes. Fortunately, there are ways to correct any issues preventing your world from being properly saved and loaded again. First thing’s first: Make sure your computer is running smoothly by checking for viruses or malware that could be causing problems. Other causes of errors include hardware issues such as corrupt memory modules or bad power supply units.
How to troubleshoot a crash?
When your game crashes, it’s tempting to just shut down and try again; sometimes that helps, but sometimes it can make things worse. The good news is that there are a few tricks for figuring out which you need to try. Here’s how:
Find all of your old save games from before you started crashing (they’re in Documents > My Games > Minecraft) Try loading one up and see if your crashes are still happening—if they are, don’t load up another. Instead, go to the folder for your current world, find a file called level.dat (it’s usually in .minecraft/saves), and back it up somewhere else on your hard drive or an external drive or SD card. Then delete it.
Start your game and wait for it to crash again. When it does, check where it crashed: If you get an error message saying Java has encountered a problem, then your crash was caused by something specific to Java. Go into Control Panel > Programs and Features, uninstall any versions of Java older than 7 Update 25 , then reinstall Java 7 Update 25 or newer . If you get a generic Windows error message like The application failed to start, then something in Minecraft itself crashed—but what? To figure that out, start by looking at what happened right before your game crashed. Press Ctrl+Shift+Esc on Windows or Command+Option+Esc on Mac OS X to open Task Manager while Minecraft is running.
Fix it by disabling redstone contraptions
Redstone contraptions work on an invisible circuit between blocks, not unlike that of real electronics. While mostly harmless and even helpful in many cases, it turns out these redstone circuits are buggy in some way that causes your game to crash every time you load them. The best solution is to disable all redstone contraptions until Mojang releases an update patching up the problem, or follow suit with other players who have found ways around it (detailed here). Either way, getting rid of complex redstone circuits should fix your crashing issue for now; just make sure you’re using updated versions of both Forge and Minecraft when you start trying again.
Fix it by disabling mods
Modded Minecraft worlds can be extremely fun and exciting, but they also increase your risk of crashing and bugs. When mods are loaded in these types of worlds, any one of them could potentially cause your game to crash unexpectedly. To fix it, go into Options and disable all mods except for those you absolutely need for whatever reason (like resource packs). Then load up that world again; if that doesn’t fix it then go back into Options and try turning off just one mod at a time until you figure out which one is causing trouble.
Try disabling or deleting mods one by one to find out which one is causing Minecraft to crash. This might sound like a lot of effort but it’s actually fairly easy: just follow these instructions on how to disable or delete mods for your version of Minecraft. If you can’t get rid of a crashing bug, ask for help on a forum like Mojang’s official support forums . I’ve had great success asking questions there and other users will be happy to lend their own experiences.
Try restarting your computer
Sometimes computers get so caught up in their own business that they start acting funny, which includes crashing games and refusing to boot up at all. If you’ve reached that point with your computer, try restarting it before any other troubleshooting techniques. Plugging in and unplugging devices is a time-honored computer maintenance practice as well; sometimes there are just too many little things running and using system resources for your operating system or game to keep track of, so it’s worth physically disconnecting some of them if you have extras laying around and see if that helps at all.
Delete your save game folder
When you exit Minecraft, your game is saving all of your settings and data to save games in your user folder. Deleting that folder can fix many issues that prevent you from starting or playing Minecraft correctly. The location of your save files will be different depending on whether you’re on a Windows PC or Mac, but both are easy enough for any beginner to find and delete. Just Google where does minecraft save files for directions specific to your computer’s operating system (PC or Mac)
If you’ve gone through all these steps and still can’t get it to work, your best bet is to uninstall everything associated with Minecraft and start from scratch. Uninstallation instructions are on Mojang’s support page. If that fails, you may need to repair or reinstall Windows. Skip down to our guide to uninstalling PC programs for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
On my computer when loading into the world it crashes after loading for about a minute. On my friend’s stronger computer, it loads but has severe lag when autosaving. I’ve spent a lot of time in the world and don’t want to lose it, what should I do?
Make sure to backup your worlds with exporting,Then you can make sure you have downloaded the latest version of Minecraft.
Why do my minecraft keep freezing and crashing?
Some other reasons why either Minecraft freezes or crashes on your system might be: Corrupted game files, antivirus conflicting with minecraft, bugs or errors in the game or wrong settings.
Do Minecraft Pocket Edition mods cause crashes in Windows 10?
Sadly, many users have reported that some skeptical mods can be responsible for Minecraft pocket edition crashing in Windows 10.
How do I fix this?
Uninstalling all mods for Minecraft can help fix the problems with the game