How to Downgrade your Minecraft client (Windows 7 tutorial)
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Posted 10/28/12 8:08:26 am , last updated: 03/13/13 1:44:37 pm
If you have Windows, then have no fear! With this simple, easy-to-follow guide, I'll teach you how to downgrade your Minecraft client, to ANY version of Minecraft that you've played, on your computer!
This, along with my "How to Start a Server" guide, was written whilst helping out a few friends. I've not seen any guides as detailed as mine, and decided to upload them, here, so that others might benefit from them, and so I can refer people to them, when I am asked how to downgrade or start a server. Feel free to share this with anyone in need, but please do not "re-blog," as that creates a lot of spam.
||This does not work on Windows 8, because Windows 8 is slightly more retarded than Windows 7.||
o Click on the Start menu icon
o Click on the search bar, and type %appdata%
o You'll see a file, named "Roaming" - Click on it
o Find the file named ".minecraft," and right-click - Do not open it
o Look through the list, until you find the option "Restore previous versions"
o Select the version you want, then hit "restore"
o Hit "restore," again
If you've followed these directions correctly, you should now have the previous version, of your choice! (Of course, you might have to try a few times, to get the correct version, if you're going further back than the version you just updated from.) If you need any more help, let me know!
|Tags:||Article, Tutorial, Downgrade, How To|
Quick Update : 03/13/2013 1:44:37 pm3/13/13
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