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Post 25 Nov 2015, 06:26

Yeah, I have 1.6.4 Attack of the B-Team, and when I press Sphax, Minecraft doesn't respond and then just does nothing. Nothing changes, it just stays the default texture pack.
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Post 25 Nov 2015, 08:41

MrNickoOD wrote:Yeah, I have 1.6.4 Attack of the B-Team, and when I press Sphax, Minecraft doesn't respond and then just does nothing. Nothing changes, it just stays the default texture pack.
Minecraft defaults even after you selected your Texture Pack
  • What's happening is Minecraft doesn't have enough RAM to store the textures in memory, so it defaults. Mods are a big factor here. 128x textures with no mods, should run on 2 - 4 gigs of RAM, however if you're running a mod pack, useage can jump to 4 - 8 gigs in an instant or even more. This is all dependant on how many mods are installed. Since 128x is the recommended resolution, I felt it was necessary to use it as the test case instead of 64x - ~90% of users don't have issues running 64x.
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Post 14 Feb 2016, 19:13

I should have said I am on a Mac.
/Library/Application Support/minecraft This does not get me anywhere useful at all, I'm afraid.
All I want to do is delete PureBD and get on with playing mine craft as usual.
There must be a way!
Please help!
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Post 14 Feb 2016, 19:17

Your folder is either located at ~/Library/Application Support/minecraft or wherever it says in the Profile in your Launcher.
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Post 25 May 2016, 23:12

For users running Windows 10, the path to the .minecraft and .technic is marginally different. The default install path is now {Drive Letter}\Users\{Username}\AppData\Roaming\{.minecraft or .technic}. The appdata folder can still be reached by typing %appdata% into the Cortana box on the taskbar though.
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Post 07 Oct 2016, 19:12

I've put the add-on in the resourcepack folder but it's showing up, i'm using 1.7.10.
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Post 20 Jul 2018, 16:55

1.13 BDCraft worked fine for me, but it crashed my wife's computer even with the 32x version. I ended up editing out BDCraft as a resource pack in her options.txt files so she could play, then I went to work on what I suspected to be the problem. 1.13 Faithful 2.1 worked fine.

After much "update all the everything including drivers", BDCraft worked for her. One of the players on my server had a similar crash-out problem. Same solution. Keeping the OS and graphics drivers up-to-date seems pretty key here before thinking about bugs in BDCraft. It wasn't BDCraft, it was needed updates. :)
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Post 23 Jul 2018, 09:20

I had an issue with selecting the resourcepack and the logo was red. Simply delete the fonts folder in the resourcepack directory and it should work :)
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Post 23 Jul 2018, 09:25

As already answered on Discord, but in case anyone else comes here looking:

Delete the /assets/minecraft/font folder. The ttf seems to crash some users.
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Post 05 Oct 2018, 21:13

the patch for IC2 does not work for me. Please help.
I follow all instructions and nothing happens
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