So I was wanting to play a forge modpack that I just downloaded and it opened up the Minecraft launcher ok but after clicking play the launcher closed as if opening the game then immediately reopened and said it crashed. I tried again same result. This is weird cause my FTB modpack (from the FTB launcher) was working fine. Tried an old 1.12 modpack (peace of mind) andd that one did launch the game but it was on the loading mojang screen and crashed. Tried making some custom modpacks with just create and JEI in it and that would crash. I tried create astral since that is Fabric based and that one launched perfect. I deleted the install folder, and restarted curse forge, reinstalled Minecraft and the same problem. Tried again, but also restarted computer, same issue. Not sure what else to do. I'm playing on windows 10. Anyone have any suggestions to fix?
If you're experiencing the need to reload a texture pack every time you launch a game or application, there are a few potential reasons and solutions to consider:
Check the settings within the game or application to ensure that the texture pack is set to load automatically upon launch. Look for any specific options related to texture packs or resource packs.
Verify that the texture pack files are in the correct location on your computer. Different games or applications may have specific folders where texture packs should be placed. Refer to the documentation or support resources for the particular game or application for guidance.
Texture Pack Format:
Ensure that the texture pack is in the correct format compatible with the game or application. Some games may require texture packs in a specific format or structure.
Check the file permissions for the texture Website pack files. If the files are read-only or have restricted access, the game may not be able to load them automatically.
Make sure that you are using the latest version of the game or application. Developers often release updates that address bugs or improve compatibility, and updating may resolve the issue.
If your computer has limited resources, it's possible that the texture pack is not loading due to insufficient memory. Check the system requirements for the game and ensure your computer meets or exceeds them.
Script or Mod Interference:
If you are using scripts or mods alongside the texture pack, they might be interfering with the automatic loading process. Try launching the game without additional scripts or mods to see if the issue persists.
Bug or Glitch:
Consider checking online forums or support communities for the specific game or application. If other users are experiencing a similar issue, there may be a known bug or glitch that developers are working to address.