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How do I fix my Minecraft error code?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

The Minecraft error code is a code that is generated when there is an error in the game. This error code can be caused by a number of things, including a corrupt game file, a problem with your computer's graphics card, or a problem with the Java runtime environment.

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1. Update your game

  1. Open up Minecraft and click on the "Options" button in the bottom left corner
  2. Click on "Downloads" in the menu that pops up
  3. Click on the "Select Versions" button next to the "Minecraft" version that you want to update
  4. Click on the "Update" button next to the version that you want to update
  5. If there are any updates that need to be downloaded, they will be downloaded and installed automatically
  6. Once the update is complete, Minecraft will start up and you will be prompted to restart it
  7. Once you have restarted Minecraft, you will be prompted to update again
  8. If there are any new updates that have been released, they will be downloaded and installed automatically
  9. Once the update is complete, Minecraft will start up and you will be prompted to restart it
  10. Once you have restarted Minecraft, you will be prompted to update again

2. Try reinstalling the game

  1. Choose the Minecraft installation folder.
  2. Delete the MCPE_loaded_plugins folder.
  3. Install the Minecraft Forge.
  4. Install the Minecraft Client.
  5. Run the Minecraft Client.
  6. Choose the "Options" tab.
  7. Click on the "Download Resource Packs" button.
  8. Choose the "Browse" button.
  9. Choose the "Minecraft" folder.
  10. Choose the "Resource Packs" folder.
  11. Drag and drop the "Pack_Minecraft_Launcher.zip" file into the "Resource Packs" folder.
  12. Select the "Pack_Minecraft_Launcher.zip" file.
  13. Click on the "Install" button.
  14. Choose the "Yes" button.
  15. Click on the "Close" button.
  16. Click on the "Play" button.

3. Check for updates for your graphics drivers

  1. Right-click on the desktop and select "Personalize".
  2. Click on "Appearance and Personalization".
  3. Click on "Display".
  4. Click on "Advanced display settings".
  5. In the "Advanced display settings" window, under "Graphics driver", click on "Update driver".
  6. In the "Driver Update Wizard" window, click on "Next".
  7. In the "Driver Update Wizard" window, under "Device type", click on "Windows".
  8. In the "Driver Update Wizard" window, under "Driver name", click on "Intel HD Graphics".
  9. In the "Driver Update Wizard" window, under "Driver version", click on "15.20.10.4354".
  10. In the "Driver Update Wizard" window, under "Update settings", click on "Install".
  11. In the "Driver Installation Results" window, click on "Close".
  12. Right-click on the desktop and select "Personalize".
  13. Click on "Appearance and Personalization".
  14. Click on "Display".
  15. Click on "Advanced display settings".
  16. In the "Advanced display settings" window, under "Graphics driver", click on "Update driver".
  17. In the "Driver Update Wizard" window, click on "Next".
  18. In the "Driver Update Wizard" window, under "Device type", click on "Windows".
  19. In the "Driver Update Wizard" window, under "Driver name", click on "Intel HD Graphics".
  20. In the "Driver Update Wizard" window, under "Driver version", click on "15.20.10.4354".
  21. In the "Driver Update Wizard" window, under "Update settings", click on "Install".
  22. In the "Driver Installation Results" window, click on "Close".
  23. Close the "Display" window.

If the answers above didn't work then you should also try:

  1. Try running the game in a different graphics mode
  2. Lower your in-game graphics settings
  3. Try running the game on a different computer
  4. Contact Minecraft support