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Minecraft crashes once I join a server - HELP PLEASE

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created 10/28/2019 9:00 am by vanessa-07
last reply 11/09/2019 4:54 am
Hi, my Minecraft game used to work perfectly. But now, the game crashes once I join a server with any version that I try. I have uninstalled and installed Minecraft about 3 times, even uninstalled and installed Java in case the problem was with that. Unfortunately, nothing has worked. I would appreciate any help on my issue. Also, I don't receive a crash report for these crashes. Minecraft just stops responding each time I try to join a server or one-player world.
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11/09/2019 4:54 am
Level 9 : Apprentice Miner
Set your FPS limit to 60.

Turn off VBOS

(Everything is in the settings menu)
11/09/2019 2:07 amhistory
Level 1 : New Miner
Two options I can think of - if you are a Windows operating system user:

1) It could be a Firewall issue, try turning off your firewall and try again

2) It could be a permissions issue when running Minecraft. Try right-clicking your minecraft icon (the one you use to launch the game) and choose 'run as administrator' to run the game and see if that assists.
10/29/2019 7:41 am
Level 14 : Journeyman Artist
Delete your options file
10/30/2019 6:03 am
Level 1 : New Miner
Tried it. Sadly, it didn't work
10/29/2019 7:21 amhistory
Level 2 : Apprentice Miner
You can try to allocate more ram to your game session. Or to launch game on other launcher like Pactify launcheur or badlion client. What you can also do is press your "windows" key and "r" simultaneously written "%appdata%" goes into . mineraft and in the logs to see if there is an error you can also try to install optifine.
10/29/2019 7:11 am
Level 33 : Artisan Toast
Minecraft? What Hell is Minecraf- ohhhh.. you meant Minecrash.
10/29/2019 7:41 amhistory
Level 14 : Journeyman Artist
1 out of 13 people found this answer helpful
Thank you for your feedback!
10/29/2019 8:04 am
Level 33 : Artisan Toast
I dunno about you, but I sure did.
10/29/2019 7:08 am
Level 44 : Master Engineer
Uninstalling is pretty useless because it won't reset your settings, which is exactly a possible cause for issues. Do you use any mods by some chance?

Quickest way to check if your settings are involved is to open a file browser and head over to %appdata%, in there you should find a folder called .minecraft, rename this into something else... minecraft.bck for example. Now try firing up Minecrafft again (warning: you'll need to authenticate again).
10/28/2019 1:10 pm
Level 9 : Apprentice Engineer
Have you made any changes to any of Minecraft's settings? Or did it happen out of the blue?
How many other application do you have opened?
Are you using mods or vanilla?
How much ram dose your computer have and how much are you giving Minecraft?

Sorry for the onslaught of questions but I hope I can help.

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