- HOW TO FIX ALL MINECRAFT BUGS
- OpenGL: ~~ERROR~~ RuntimeException: No OpenGL context found in the current thread.
- Error due to wrong java version
- Compatibility bug
- Error using mods that are not compatible with your version of Minecraft
- Graphics Configuration Error
- Error Crash Report Minecraft, It Looks Like The Game Has Crashed!
- Solving the problem with a Windows update
HOW TO FIX ALL MINECRAFT BUGS
Minecraft has become one of the most popular games, both among children and young people and many adults who don’t want to get involved in shooting, especially after the adaptation of The Hunger Games.
Since many things can go wrong, we will look at how to fix Minecraft errors that may appear on Windows 10 or lower. There are many ways to encounter problems while playing, and glitches can range from libraries that don’t work, to incorrect software versions that don’t support the launcher.
I don’t think I need to point out that the solutions apply to both the official and pirated launcher, so it doesn’t matter whether you bought it or not, the fact is that if you have problems, you won’t get rid of them, and we’re here to make sure you can fix them in a jiffy.
OpenGL: ~~ERROR~~ RuntimeException: No OpenGL context found in the current thread.
This particular error seems to be one of the most common and is directly related to the communication between the graphics card, our system and the software we are running.
It usually happens when the graphics drivers are not installed, or the ones we have installed are not compatible in some way with the software we are running.
While it is normal to encounter the OpenGL error in Minecraft, it can also occur in any other program that uses graphics, such as games, editing, or even those that are 2D but use OpenGL. To fix the OpenGL error in Minecraft, you need to do the following:
- To find out which graphics card you have (if you know it goes a few points down) go to Control Panel > Screen Resolution.
- Once there, click on advanced settings and you will see a screen with the adapter type, which can be Intel, Nvidia or Ati.
- Depending on which one you have, you should go to the manufacturer’s download page (keep the exact model): 1-Intel drivers here (graphics drivers in the drop down menu or search in the middle box). 2-Nvidia drivers here (select the series drop down boxes, in my case GeForce 700 series).3- Ati drivers here (as before, select your series and download the driver).
- Once you’ve downloaded the full drivers, and if you haven’t rebooted in a while, I recommend rebooting, installing the driver, and rebooting again to make sure everything was done correctly during the installation.
Once you have done this, running the game will help you to progress smoothly and get everything working properly. It can also improve the overall graphics quality of all games and their performance, so it’s a good idea to do this every now and then.
If you don’t like the idea of searching for drivers manually, you can try relying on one of the automatic driver updaters like driverscloud or 3dpchip.
Error due to wrong java version
Many users report strange errors and startup failures caused by installing the latest version of java. Of course, with all the problems that have occurred, having an older version is not very safe, but if you have a firewall and antivirus set up correctly and don’t have very sensitive data on your computer, you can install the correct version of java to make Minecraft work.
Minecraft has problems with java 8, so you will need to install java 7 to make it work. To do this, you need to follow these steps:
- Go to the Java download page here.
- You need to know whether you have 32-bit or 64-bit windows and download the java installer for x86 or x64 windows, depending on that.
- Once you get it, install it and reboot your system.
After that, Minecraft should start working again, as it is Java-based. You should always keep in mind that older versions of Java have security vulnerabilities and some programs refuse to work with them. So this solution may cause you some related problems, but there is no other way to solve them.
Sometimes, if you are using an older operating system like Windows Vista (although this sometimes happens with newer versions), you may find that when you press the Play button, a generic error appears. The solution is quite simple:
- Go to the Minecraft shortcut and right-click > Properties.
- On the Compatibility tab, make sure it is turned off or that your operating system is selected. If you have a newer version, you can try selecting Windows Vista as the mode.
- Once you do this, accept the changes.
If you now start the game and press play, it should start normally without giving any more errors.
Error using mods that are not compatible with your version of Minecraft
There is a very common error that can happen if you don’t realize it, and that is that if you are downloading mods, you need to check which version of Minecraft they are for.
For example, if you download the mods for version 1.6.4, and after installing them, you try to run the game with version 1.8.1 (before pressing play), you will find that it will not let you start or give you errors. This is simply because the mods are not designed or built for the version you are trying to run.
The easiest thing to do in this situation is to use the version you are using when you play, but you can also check for updates to these mods to see what the new versions are so you can play with all the new features and mods.
Some mods also seem to have problems with certain launchers, so it is recommended to use the TeamExtreme launcher, which seems to be the most stable and compatible with the mods.
Another bug with Minecraft mods can be caused by incompatibilities between them. If you have installed one and the game no longer works, you can remove it as follows:
- Press the Windows+R key
- Type %appdata% and click on run
- In the explorer window that opens go to .minecraft/mods and delete the mod you just installed.
The game will function correctly again after deletion.
Graphics Configuration Error
If you have recently changed the configuration of your graphics card or updated your drivers, you may receive an error with a log similar to the following:
This bug usually has nothing to do with the integrity of the game files, or even the Java version. You may have recently changed some settings in the Nvidia, Ati or Intel panel to improve 3D performance.
Well, sometimes some graphics driver settings can conflict with the game (or even others).
The solution would be to go to the corresponding graphics card panel and restore the default settings. After that you should be able to play the game again.
Error Crash Report Minecraft, It Looks Like The Game Has Crashed!
Uhoh, It Looks Like The Game Has Crashed!.If you get this error when you start the game, it can be caused by several things, the first of which is the screen resolution, strange as it sounds:
Right-click on Desktop > Display Settings.
- Now click on Advanced Display Settings
- In the new window, select the highest screen resolution you allow or recommend (remember that your monitor must support it and you will not know for sure if the graphics drivers are not installed and updated).
If it goes black, wait 10-15 seconds and the settings will be restored. This means that your monitor does not support this resolution.
After you change it, the game will run normally. Another way to solve the problem is to reinstall Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 Redistributable, you can download it from here.
After downloading it, installing it on your computer and restarting it, the game will work normally again.
Solving the problem with a Windows update
Some users have reported that when they started getting errors, they ended up updating Windows via Windows Update and stopped getting error messages and Minecraft started working perfectly again. There is no further documentation for this solution, but it has worked in many cases.