perchbongo83

<p>So, we're speaking a couple of version of Minecraft newer than 1.5, which signifies that the game organizes its information slightly differently.</p><br/><p>Seeing as you can have multiple "profiles" within the newer launcher, and that they will have completely different versions, one might ask: How may they manage all these totally different versions? It's truly quite simple in case you think about it. Basically, the sport uses a folder containing a number of different folders, each of those containing a .jar and dats file for a certain version of Minecraft.</p><br/><p>First off, navigate to the AppData folder where the Minecraft files are positioned. Assuming you're running Home windows 7, open the file browser and seek for "%appdata%". <a href="http://warsong66.jigsy.com/entries/general/Minecraft-118-Launches-This-Month-But-Three-Big-Features-Are-on-Hold">ALL ABOUT MINECRAFT</a> The first result should be the suitable folder. Alternately, navigate to it manually by going to: "C:/Users/[your username]/AppData/Roaming". Word that AppData is a hidden folder, so enable "Show hidden folders" if you don't already have it enabled.</p><br/><p>Your .minecraft folder ought to be located here; open it. There needs to be a folder labeled "versions", which is what we're going after. Open it and search for a folder with the same identify because the Minecraft model you're looking for; in your case, will probably be named "1.7.4". Inside this folder ought to be the jar file you're in search of.</p>

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