Minecraft is known as a sandbox video game first released in 2011 that is still really popular today. This one is considered as the single best selling game of all time with more than 176 million copies sold. Even though it is a solid game, there are instances when certain issues can occur. In this newest installment of the troubleshooting series, we will talk about the Minecraft not responding issue.
Before trying any of the recommended troubleshooting methods listed below it is better to reboot your computer. It will refresh the Windows 10 operating system and will usually solve most of the common issues caused by a software glitch.
There are a few factors that are able to cause this certain issue ranging from an outdated Java version to a corrupted game installation. Here are the recommended troubleshooting methods you need to fix to fix this issue.
1. Try updating Java
One of the main causes of Minecraft not responding is an outdated Java version that is why you need to make sure that your computer has the latest version installed. First of all, you need to determine if your operating system is 32bit or 64bit. Then install Java.
2. Make sure you have the latest Windows version
There are examples when the issue is able to be caused by an outdated Windows version. Do not forget to get the latest update installed by pressing Windows+S, typing update in the dialogue box, opening the application, and clicking the button Check for updates. By doing so, your computer will automatically check for any newest updates available and install them on your computer.
3. Run Minecraft as an administrator
If you want to check if running the game as an administrator solves the issue, please follow the steps. First, execute. Second, right-click on it and choose Properties. Third, click on Compatibility using the top of the window and check the option Run this program as an administrator. Fourth, press Apply to save changes and Exit. Then, restart your computer and launch the game.
4. Disable the mods
Minecraft is known for mods that players are able to install. While it is able to enhance the way you play the game, sometimes it can cause issues. You can try to disable any mod that you have enabled then check if the problem still occurs.
5. Reinstall Minecraft
In case the above methods fail to fix the issue then you should uninstall then reinstall Minecraft. To do it, the first thing that you have to do is to go to your Application Data Folder, %appdata%. If you want to find it, please press Win+R, type %appdata%\.minecraft, and then click OK. Then, drag the.minecraft folder to the trash. After that, go to https://www.minecrfaft.net/da=dk/download and download and install the game client. When you are done, check if the Minecraft not responding issue still occurs. If yes, please contact the representative of Minecraft as well as seeking help from the community.