I suggest not brushing something aside just because it's not the answer you were hoping for. This website is not affiliated with Minecraft or Mojang. I'm not 100% sure, but I think the problem might be the recent patch. If, in Minecraft's menu, you see a Mods button, then Forge is ready to go! If you do not have a mods folder, create one and put the OreSpawn zip file in it. Next run normal minecraft on the version your modding then make a world and exit minecraft. You can also organize your saves e. After some more exchanges with MojangSupport, they basically said they were billing and account support.
Step 1: Download your mod. How to Install mod with Forge Modloader 1. Apparently they have no actual customer support for this kind of problem. Download a mod for Minecraft Forge from this site, the Minecraft Forums or anywhere else! If you do not have a mods folder, create one and put the OreSpawn zip file in it. Also this allows you to experiment with combining different mods together to check to see if they crash - you also might want to keep your differently themed mods apart. You now have forge installed. What you posted for how you installed it is exactly how I did it before and it worked.
I should note this was running correctly under 1. The next step would be to download Forge. I have checked and both the library and compiler are present in the minecraft folder. First off, I'm a total noob with forge, so please forgive me if I'm totally doing this wrong. I downloaded the latest version of Forge universal. We do not guarantee that they have the latest version though.
It's a white anvil on a dark-blue background. I've tried a clean install with the exe and the jar and the screen gets stuck on updating. Same as above, check your Internet Plug-ins folder for Java-related items and look for a Java folder. After the recent update I cleared all my old mods, as I decided I needed a change. Madsmile23, thanks for the steps. The numbers are version numbers, not mathematical figures.
Next, click the Minecraft icon to load their launcher page. This is the Simple Forge Installer. I've tried deleting the meta info before and after applying the forge but to no avail. You might want to try downloading the libs manually. This is the solution for if my files are missing.
I checked, and it is a 404 it's not there, so they probably moved it and the new location wasn't updated in the client code. Relevant information such as whether or not you're using a launcher of sorts besides the standard one. It was suggested on another thread just to see the nature of the error but it seems to work entirely. Close the game and double click Forge again to relaunch. Im downloading this version of forge from here: The download completes and I click the jar when its finished.
If you click it, you will see the OreSpawn mod inside! For the client version First you download and run your 'regular Minecraft' at least once. I made sure I have the newest version of forge which says in the file name for minecraft 1. Forge will now download and install. So, just launch that new Minecraft. I recently got a new computer that my son wanted to play Minecraft on.
Doing so will open the Forge installer. Of course, it bugs me that my old Minecraft. I like to open Minecraft after I install forge so it can at least run through everything once. Edited February 17 by sinshyoma Forge works just fine. So it won't take long before you'll need some way to manage having multiple versions of Minecraft and Forge and all the mods. I suggest not brushing something aside just because it's not the answer you were hoping for.
Now run the installer and forge will be installed. Give us a little more information, and we might be able to help. Quote from Stability is not the question here. Not the answer you're looking for? The start is the same as the client version. This is actually a very good question. I deleted the other mod in case it was somehow interfering, but no, optifine now being the only thing in the mods folder it still does nothing.