The Place Is My Minecraft Jar File

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So, we're speaking about a version of Minecraft newer than 1.5, which implies that the sport organizes its recordsdata slightly in another way.

Seeing as you'll be able to have multiple "profiles" in the newer launcher, and that they will have completely different variations, one would possibly ask: How might they manage all these totally different variations? It is actually quite simple in the event you give it some thought. Mainly, the sport makes use of a folder containing multiple different folders, each of those containing a .jar and dats file for a sure model of Minecraft.

First off, navigate to the AppData folder where the Minecraft files are situated. Assuming you are running Windows 7, open the file browser and search for "%appdata%". The first end result should be the best folder. MINECRAFT SERVER LIST Alternately, navigate to it manually by going to: "C:/Customers/[your username]/AppData/Roaming". MINECRAFT SERVER LIST Be aware that AppData is a hidden folder, so allow "Present hidden folders" if you don't already have it enabled.

Your .minecraft folder must be positioned right here; open it. There should be a folder labeled "versions", which is what we're going after. Open it and look for a folder with the same title as the Minecraft model you're looking for; in your case, it is going to be named "1.7.4". Inside this folder must be the jar file you are in search of.