Java Jni Virtual Machine Error Just For Dreamcraft 2

Discussion in 'Dream Craft' started by Jaknessss, Dec 5, 2015.

  1. Jaknessss

    Jaknessss New Member

    Crazy Craft 3.2 runs fine, so does JurassicCraft. However, Dream Craft 2.0 just wont start. I get the "Java Virtual Machine Launcher" error. I have tried just about everything. I increased memory by factors of 512mb in the VoidsWrath launcher, changed virtual memory in System, added a _Java_Options value -Xmx512M, which made none of the mods load regardless of what value I put in, etc., etc. I always did one variable at a time, saved, restarted and tried each option for every potential fix. Really a shame that it has to be this difficult.

    No crash log-just the run time errors. Minecraft vanilla works fine, plus a variety of mods created in different versions/profiles. Tried to create a profile and just change .minecraft to .dreamcraft2 with Forge for 1.6.4, and increasing the memory with the JVM argument. No go. I have learned way more about the inner workings of MC, Java, Mods, etc, than I ever thought I would. I know there is a solution, but for the life of me, just can't figure this one out. I am now on a quest to get this to work!! Who is up for the challenge?

    Windows 10, 8GB Ram, 64bit system, Java JDK with 64 bit SE Environment, NVidia GeForce GT 720
     
    Last edited: Dec 5, 2015
  2. Sawtooth44

    Sawtooth44 Unpaid moderator Staff Member Voidlauncher Support

    8MB of ram? that dose not sound right
    i think you ment 8GB of ram
     
  3. Jaknessss

    Jaknessss New Member

    Yes, in my haste to get this post up, after spending 2 days and countless hours of troubleshooting, it appears I made one typographical error. Thank you, 8 GB of memory. OK, now we can get to the solution!
     
  4. Sawtooth44

    Sawtooth44 Unpaid moderator Staff Member Voidlauncher Support

    have you looked in the New FAQ on a walk through of a windows 10 fix
    just remember it was not made by staff as no one realy knows a proper "cure all" fix for the java error
     
  5. Jaknessss

    Jaknessss New Member

    Thanks, I'll take a look. With so many variables, OS, CPU architecture,
    Memory, Java versions and arguments, MC, Unique Modpacks, Launcher, etc. it
    becomes challenging to pinpoint cause and effect. Especially if you are a
    novice- sorry, I mean "noob."
     
  6. Sawtooth44

    Sawtooth44 Unpaid moderator Staff Member Voidlauncher Support

    who you calling noob?
     
  7. Jaknessss

    Jaknessss New Member

    Myself. You almost need to be an IT expert to play a mod when it does not automatically work—I am not.
     
  8. Sawtooth44

    Sawtooth44 Unpaid moderator Staff Member Voidlauncher Support

    well you aint a noob
    your a novice

    noob is when you choose to be bad at something
     
  9. BionicFinn

    BionicFinn New Member

    HOW DID YOU FIX IT!!!! (I need help really bad)
     
  10. BionicFinn

    BionicFinn New Member

    This is whats happening to me
     

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