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March 31, 2012 at 10:10 pm #1730AnonymousInactive
Just letting you guys know that if your using a Windows Computer (im using XP) when you extract the files from the Modpack it will combine with the OldModpack in the same file so id advise deleting or moving the Old Modpack file to a different location. So if your getting a black screen after installing the Modpack this is probably whats happening. By the way the NEW modpack folder is called FuzzyPack.
Hop This Helps!March 31, 2012 at 10:15 pm #1731PyrotekModerator
Ah, good point, Diamond.
And quantum, no one can see capes yet; there are still some glitches with the mod but Fusty wanted to roll out the working parts anyhow instead of making us wait.March 31, 2012 at 11:41 pm #1732RamzeaMember
I tried unzipping it with 7zip and it says the compression method is unsupported. Using the built-in Windows program results in every file being corrupted. I can browse the zipped file with Windows explorer but copying everything out also results in corrupted files. I’m going to try and extract it and install it on Ubuntu next.April 7, 2012 at 11:53 am #1733
Every time I try to install the modpack, even on a clean .jar, my minecraft will pop up, load, then display a crash message so quicly that I cannot read it. What should I do? Thank you in advance for all the help.April 7, 2012 at 12:16 pm #1734andreicekMember
Every time I try to install the modpack, even on a clean .jar, my minecraft will pop up, load, then display a crash message so quicly that I cannot read it. What should I do? Thank you in advance for all the help.
its not for 1.2.5 version, you know?April 7, 2012 at 12:39 pm #1735
Yeah, I tried pre-1.2.5 and no matter what I did, it didn’t work.April 8, 2012 at 10:20 pm #1736BFloopMember
I think I did it right up to the unzip part, but then I think I fucked up. Also I cant seem to find the modpack.bat either. I’m on windows XP. Please help me. -BFloopApril 9, 2012 at 2:46 pm #1737KwinnoModerator
NEW MODPACK UPDATE: use the link in the first post
Let us know of any bugs that arise.April 14, 2012 at 6:00 pm #1738
When I try to install the modpack, the installer says either: “Error installing mod: Modloader. . . Error installing mods: null”
or it says: “Error installing mod: Optifine. . . Error installing mods: null” What should I do?April 18, 2012 at 2:01 am #1739fustyKeymaster
First off, awesome avatar.
Try reinstalling the modpack, but before you start up minecraft and watch it crash, go
there and download HD A2 smooth or other versions. Install them as you normally would with optifine, by just dragging the class files into the jar. Make sure you are doing this over top of your already modpackified minecraft jar!April 29, 2012 at 11:36 pm #1740PedalToneMember
I will preface with what I have tried, I have tried redownloading the the minecraft jar and the entire .minecraft folder. I have also tried redownloading and extracting the modpack. Whenever I attempt to use the bat installer the command prompt will flash onscreen and then vanish. Puzzled as to why I am having this issue, and am wondering if it could be connected to my having my windows 7 Os on an SSD separate from the rest of my files. Also when extracting the files it keeps asking whether I want to copy the folder without encryption.
PedalToneMay 1, 2012 at 3:16 am #1741PedalToneMember
Fixed the problem, had to visit the reddit page to get the text for the 64 bit operating system to put in the bat file.May 9, 2012 at 6:41 am #1742SM0K3SCR33NMember
awesome modpack, thanks a lot manMay 14, 2012 at 9:39 pm #1743StagenMember
Just a quick post to elaborate on the install for mac users. Feel free to embed into the OP, or don’t.
 Download the pack and place it on your desktop for easy access.
 Double click the pack, and under normal circumstances, it will extract itself into a folder on the desktop. If it doesn’t, use whatever zip program you have about to extract the archive to the desktop.
 MAKE SURE you have a vanilla minecraft.jar. If you don’t know how to do this, launch minecraft but before logging in, click the “options” button. Then select “Force Update!” and log in. This will wipe your minecraft.jar and download the latest and greatest version of Minecraft for you.
 Open up Terminal.app, type in “cd ” (including the space) and then drag in the folder, which was extracted to your desktop, onto the terminal application. Press Enter and then afterwards type in “sh modpack.sh” and press Enter.
 Follow the instructions in the installer. If you want the whole package, press N, then Enter, Y and then Enter again. It’ll install everything and you can exit terminal afterwards.
 Have a beer, or some popcorn, perhaps even a soda – if you don’t like beer or are too young to drink it.
 Par… wait..
 Open Minecraft; Connect to MCNSA and THEN party!
If, at any point in this, you fail to comprehend the simplicity of this guide, please do take a look at this video: http://cl.ly/GbazSeptember 17, 2012 at 5:01 pm #1744Nomadic_PenguinMember
I’m having trouble on Mac.
Erased /minecraft folder to get a completely fresh restart (backed up worlds and such to add later)
Started Minecraft with force update to get fresh .jar.
Erased everything with OptiFine/MagicLauncher leftover.
So, starting from a clean slate:
 Downloaded ModPack.
 Unzipped, put on Desktop as “MCNSAModPack”.
 Already made sure of this!
 Terminal opened, navigated to the correct folder. Typed in sh modpack.sh (which isn’t even a file inside the folder?) and I get “No such file or directory” error.
The contents of the folder:
—(mods and their jar files in a folder)
Double clicking MCNSAModPack.jar comes up with an error, saying it can’t launch.
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