Have you been playing Minecraft for a while now? Or maybe you’ve been enjoying the game for just a few days, either way, you’ve probably already encountered one glitch or another. If you’re anything like us, that means you’ve probably encountered some pretty unsavory bugs.
But there’s nothing you can do now. You just have to wait it out until it’s fixed by the developers one of the most common glitches is a game crashing bug. It happens when your game crashes unexpectedly and you have no idea why.
If you run into one, then this article is for you we’ll take you through some of the most common solutions to fix the Minecraft game when it crashes.
What Causes a Minecraft Crash?
The most common cause of a Minecraft crash is a corrupt game if this happens, then you’ll have to restart your game from the very beginning.
This, of course, sucks, but it’s one of the only ways to fix it if a game save is corrupt, then there’s nothing you can do.
Other causes could be a connection issue with the server you’re playing on, a bad mood, or a bad texture pack our advice is to keep your texture pack to the minimum and make sure your mods are up to date.
How to Fix a Crashing Minecraft
There are a few things you can do to hopefully increase your chances of fixing a cracked minecraft the first is to exit the game as soon as it crashes. Don’t keep playing, the game will try to fix itself, though it might take a while. Just exit the game and try again.
After exiting the game, wait for it to load all of the saves in the cloud even if your game hasn’t saved yet, it will try to save anyway this will give the game a better chance of fixing itself.
If you’re still having problems, try these other things:
– Close any other programs that might be eating up resources.
– Update your graphics drivers.
– Try switching to lower graphics settings.
– Close the lid on your laptop or put it into sleep mode.
– Check your internet connection.
How to Fix a Corrupt Game Save
- Find a world file and save it in Creative Mode, your game might crash when you try to load the world, but that’s not important. Just make a backup of your save file.
- Reload the world file and try to load your save again if your game crashes, you’ll have a backup to go back to.
- Open the backup save the file in a text editor and locate the folder where the save is stored.
- Remove the + character on either side of the folder name this will make it appear as just world instead of world+.
- After that, check the folder again and you’ll see it’s just a world, delete the folder and try reloading your save.
How to Fix a Stuck in Limbo Bug
This is usually caused by a bad game save, simply put, your game is stuck in limbo and won’t let you progress in the story. It’s frustrating, but there’s no fixing it.
There are two good ways to tackle this:
- First, start a new game from the main menu. It’s the only way to reset the world.
- Another solution is to reload your last save from the main menu, select Options, and then Play from there, reload your last save.