How to Fix Minecraft Crashes?

Minecraft, a creative adventure game about exploring different worlds, was initially released in late 2011. Users build constructions in random 3D worlds, and it’s all about gathering resources, crafting and various adventures.


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Alternative manual troubleshooting steps are given below:

Set Lower Render Distance

The predefined render distance may be too high. Select a lower render distance to fix up the game crashes.

  1. Press Windows Key + X; select Run.
  2. Type AppData in the newly opened dialog box.
  3. Click OK.
  4. Open the following location:
    • …\Roaming\.Minecraft\
  5. Rename the Saves sub folder as Saves_Backup

Ensure Only 32 Bit Java is Installed

Minecraft is a 32 bit game and supports only 32 bit Java architecture. Using the Java icon in the Control Panel, determine whether you use a 64 bit Java installed or not. Uninstall your current 64 bit version, and download a 32 bit version from the official website.

Update Java Software

Minecraft requires Java as it’s dependency. Minecraft crashes may occur if Java is not installed on user’s machine, or it is outdated. You can get rid of the issue by updating Java to it’s newest released version.

Create Troubleshooting Batch

We’ll create a .bat file which will set optimum Java settings without needing to perform any complicated procedure.

All you need to do is insert appropriate commands into Notepad window, save it as a Batch file and execute the same. Here’s how:

  1. Open Notepad. To do so, click Start, select Notepad in case you have latest Windows 10 updates installed, if not you may find it under the All Apps category.
  2. Insert the following text exactly as it is:
    • java -Xmx1024M -Xms1024M -jar minecraft.exe
  3. Save the file by clicking File | Save.
  4. Specify MinecraftFixIt.bat as the Batch file name.
  5. Select All Files as the File Type.
  6. Click Save.
  7. Close the window, double click the newly created MinecraftFixIt.bat file.

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