I tried several times to get it to work but nothing would happen, it would appear in the dock for a slit second and then close. Update:Â Friday, December 12, 2014 Good news! If it didn't work, do you have avast? It said I need to update my drivers. Main Application can still run, so I assume that part's fine. Not the answer you're looking for? One theory is, of course, speculation about the effects of being purchased by Microsoft. Send the contents of the document to us in a post or you can upload it onto OneDrive. We've been trying for a while to make that not the case, and finally we have the solution. In other words, try this at your own risk.
This is a development build, with super speedy caching turned off. I had a similar problem to what you're describing albeit probably for different reasons, as I'm running a linux setup on a Chromebook ; what ended being a passable solution for me was to use Magic Launcher: It's basically a launcher made to allow for mods to easily be loaded but I basically used it to circumvent the fact that I was having a problem with the official launcher. Step 6 optional — Make it pretty! In other words, they were browser related. To look inside the jar file, unzip it. A lot of the time a problem with Minecraft not working can simply be your game, your computer or your internet connection getting itself in a bit of a knot. It seems that the issue is not in the launcher itself, but with my system possibly some part of it is corrupt? While it's going through the mods minecraft will be open it says it's not responding but according to what I've read this isn't out of the ordinary but as soon as it gets to the updates it closes.
Quote from You need to manually set the java directory for the game. Then a Java Update came up and I accidentally exited it out. But they were very small a simple update could fix it. We also need to test that the self-updating works, so you should expect to see this happen a few times. See if that works as a workaround until someone with a better solution can help out. Any jar file is really just a zip file.
We probably pushed out an update to test something new or fix a bug. Follow the given steps to go to the Event Viewer and select the logs. Step 7 optional — Play with a console controller? Have anyone investigated the cause for the odd behavior when launching the jar by double clicking it, or is it still a mystery why it acts the way it does? This is largely due to the fact that it is an indie title running within Java; most other games by comparison are their own standalone programs. Unfortunately, neither of these fixes did anything. In order to remedy this you will want to restart everything that you can; turning it on and off again really is an effective fix here! At the very least, let us know what is going on! If there is, put it on pastebin.
The newest version of Minecraft will be re-installed automatically. Especially since it doesn't throw any errors, but simply closes. If it worked, can you start the game? Force an Update Forcing an update in Minecraft 1. Then I have checked the firewall, to see if it conflicts with Minecraft or Java, and it doesn't. You can put this file in your Applications, or maybe on your Desktop or an alias to it on your Desktop. Would you like to answer one of these instead? Update:Â Saturday, September 12, 2015 Mojang releases the fix! It is important that you keep Java up to date at all times, if you are experiencing issues with Minecraft, but you have an update waiting for Java then make sure to install it. Highlight the first event in the log and use your arrow keys to scroll down.
It didn't work to my disappointment. Click to open the Event Viewer. If possible please also include logs, preferably using the launcher's built-in Upload Log button. I have tried to use the Magic Launcher, but it crashes on startup just like normal launcher - I can clearly see the javaw. This will reset your internet connection and help alleviate any bugs that might be effecting your network. I tried googling my problem, but I couldn't quite find the solution. I did and they were outdated so I thought that it was fine.
Don't mind that : You're getting super awesome early peek at stuff that isn't ready yet! Everything seemed great until I tried to launch Minecraft. Oh, and if you need a website or know someone who does, please check out our! Which version of Java do I need? Please send us the Event Viewer logs. Please create a new thread and describe what your problem is. What about if you go offline before launching it, does it still work? Then I did what I usually do, get on Minecraft. What, you're not using it already? Also, some in the Minecraft support community have been telling me this has been around since Mavericks was introduced, as that is when Apple stopped installing Java by default. Now open the Minecraft Launcher.
Yet another, is that there is a , causing everyone to hold off. Then I uninstalled Minecraft and then reinstalled it. Finally, if your problem with Minecraft is related to an internet connection then you will also want to restart your internet router. If you think Minecraft is buggy now just imagine what it would have been like when it was just Notch working on it! Then I launched the game, it quit before the actual game even popped up. I had not been reading about any crucial problems so I decided to upgrade my mid-2013 MacBook Air, as I primarily use my desktop for business work.
Try to reinstall Minecraft delete it from the Applications folder, then run the installer. We don't have a native launcher for you at least, right now. If you have done those things then your all good If not, please use the 'Edit' button below your post and add that information RyanTheAllmighty or someone else will get back to you shortly, hopefully with a fix This seems to be the same issue that someone else already had in , here's what you can do. After some more exchanges with MojangSupport, they basically said they were billing and account support. First look in Internet Plug-ins and get rid of anything Java related probably just a Java applet plugin.