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bdcraft 64x textures not working

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very new to minecraft, i downloaded this amazing texture pack but for some reason the chests have no color and they just appear to be white Angry also crafting table dividers don't load if that makes sense what should i do? What

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Textures going white is usually due to Minecraft not having enough RAM.

Try to assign more RAM or use a lower resolution of the texturepack.

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[quote=HanFox]
Try to assign more RAM or use a lower resolution of the texturepack.[/quote]

You can also do this by using Magic Launcher. If you want to download the launcher, go here

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[quote=FullSpecs][quote=HanFox]
Try to assign more RAM or use a lower resolution of the texturepack.[/quote]

You can also do this by using Magic Launcher. If you want to download the launcher, go here [/quote]
You know my tutorial does say about MagicLauncher? Tongue

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[quote=HanFox][quote=FullSpecs][quote=HanFox]
Try to assign more RAM or use a lower resolution of the texturepack.[/quote]

You can also do this by using Magic Launcher. If you want to download the launcher, go here [/quote]
You know my tutorial does say about MagicLauncher? :P[/quote]

Poor Han, no one ever reads all of your tutorial post Sad

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It might be because you are using a higher resolution texturepack than what your computer allows 32bit Java=16x,32x,64x 64bit Java=every resolution. I had the same problem, so I just downgraded it to 64x just like what HanFox said.
[quote=HanFox] or use a lower resolution of the texturepack.[/quote]