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    posted a message on I guess a serious CRASH everytime! :'(***

    So here are some attached images of the code in the report regarding the issues with my problem. I kind of really don't understand it all too well and was hoping for some insight into my issue. Before I explain my issue let me explain the history of this reasoning.

    I had a virus one very bad and instead of doing a complete fresh install as I did. I chose to back up my MC and all of it's save data (maps esp.)... So when I did my fresh install I moved it onto a separate HD then placing it on my new fresh installed version of W8.1, but then I started having problems.... Much unlike before and was curious was it best to delete all of my hard earned data starting off fresh with a whole new client or was it something else?

    Now regarding the issue at hand... At some point when I add/remove so many variable objects with then the game items will eventually disappear..... as if invisible to where a block should (or shouldn't be) as if I was adding it or removing it... Then my game will crash and appear with this code.


    Any insight would be helpful!

    I am also dual-monitoring whilst playing MC, could that be the issue?! Even so my Graphics Card has a great amount of graphic memory and I do have 20 GB or DDR3 RAM so it's not like it couldn't support my gaming whilst having a web page up on the other monitor.

    I am also running dual-monitors simultaneously, but I highly doubt that could be the issue at hand. It's not like with my existing 20GB RAM and 14GB + 4GB of Graphic Memory could not support my gaming habits. Could it?! One monitor is running my MC the other a web page opened up to MC Wiki + Pandora Radio.

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    posted a message on I have a Ubuntu Mint running.. Apache2, PHP5, PHP-MySQL, and mysql-server
    I understand how to set up one regularly (and port forward)... But it is my understanding that by hosting your website you can then 'logically' use that website as your id tag for your port-forwarded server.
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    posted a message on I have a Ubuntu Mint running.. Apache2, PHP5, PHP-MySQL, and mysql-server
    I'm going to run a web file transfer with it, but I was curious how can I get Minecraft to run with it giving it a DNS Identifier instead of my IP for my friends and family to connect. Would anyone know how to do that?!

    Cheers!

    -Sin
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    posted a message on Best Server Route to Modem/Router: Wifi or Ethernet...?!
    Yeah, that's what I was saying to Lotus, but some people say wifi is better and it's half and half from what I'm seeing on the internet. I guess it's because of how technology evolves over time. Things get better like for instance my MacBook Pro, although much older than my roomies spouses' Chrome Book is newer than my Mac... The wifi receiving enabled device is far more faulty than the one on my Mac. New doesn't always mean it's crap, just cheaply made, but for the price you pay for it, it's not that bad. I got my Mac for 200 bucks and it just does the job I need it to do. But I hate her saying how my server is apparently going to destroy her CB when she is on it for 18 hours of the day playing MC and how it laggs. Server really has nothing to do with it- it's all of the processing and cooling capabilities of the machines used to play MC.

    Well I've not tried that other idea, but as soon as I can acquire some more funds I need to get my AOS some service so I can use my phone again and then test my IP connections through the infrastructure of my interwebs.

    Thanks for the insight Lotus!
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    posted a message on Best Server Route to Modem/Router: Wifi or Ethernet...?!
    Okay so I've no idea if this would be the right place for this, but I run a current 1.7.4 Minecraft Server off of an old Compaq Presario 6000 Dual-Core system (Running Ubuntu Linux some 12.04 LTS). Ran like crap with the old 512Mb RAM, but STILL PLAYABLE.... Roughly 2 weeks ago I acquired a 2GB RAM set from Crucial and it runs like a beaut with minor issues. The problem is I still have to put in a solid state drive so it will keep up with the timing and operate smoother. I've found my old WifiMAX USB Drive, which would give the machine capabilities to allow a PSP(Original-Fashioned BRICK) to connect to any Router/Modem through a ethernet-connected machine. Ages ago, back when I first played Minecraft when we would be interrupted to be attacked by skeletons and anything else that would go bump in the night... I routed the signals to give the machine wifi instead of the PSP.

    I've noticed my wire does appear to have bents to it where I assumed the door or someone stepped on the cord to change it's physical shape. It's roughly 250 FT, because the 2WIRE system that I use it far away into my roommates room, of which I really have no personal access to. I know a direct route through a wired connection would be easier and the fastest possibility because it doesn't travel through the air, meaning it doesn't have to fight all of that interference to be connected(I guess I'm pretty bad at explaining stuff haha sorry :'(* ).

    I also have a second question, but is it possible to have Port-Forwarding enabled and still connect through LAN?!

    Can anyone shine some insight on this matter here?!

    Cheers!
    -Sin
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    posted a message on Can you play minecraft on PC with an xbox control?
    Those programs are hard to find and are rather splendid!
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    posted a message on Can you play minecraft on PC with an xbox control?
    Xpadder is an excellent program, but it's not free anymore... :'(***
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