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Minecraft Forge 1.7 10 Download Mac


Once downloaded, double click and run the .jar file. A screen will pop up. The install path should be the default install path that minecraft installed into. If so just click OK to install forge.




Minecraft Forge 1.7 10 Download Mac


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TerraFirmaCraft should now be installed. Run minecraft again making sure your Profile is still set to Forge.Once in game click the mods button and you should see something similar the following:


Originally created in 2011 by the developer Spacetoad, Forge has considerably evolved over time to become one of the most used tools in the Minecraft community worldwide. We will guide you through the steps to understand how to download and install Minecraft Forge.


By going to the official Minecraft Forge website, you will be able to download an archive and other versions of Forge and a complete desktop package. Select on the left (1) the version of Minecraft on which you play, then choose what you want to download (2) :


Once you have downloaded Minecraft Forge and the mod you want to install, you still have to launch the Forge executable and install a mod. Find below the steps to install Forge on Minecraft.


Guys you need to forget about minecraft forge 1.7 why not use 1.8 , your never going to get any lower forge version than 1.8! You guys should just stick to 1.8, there is other no way around! The Newest one works! Trust me i really had 1.8 , i did everything i could to get 1.7.10 and nothing worked! There is no way around this problem! Just stick to forge 1.8 or the new version you use!


Hey guys So I'm having a problem in forge 1.7.10. I wanted to play with my friends with a mod pack they made, but it's for 1.7.10 forge. So I went to download it Here, and got the recommended version.


And all it did is install the forge folder, and .json file. No folder. Then I tried a 2014 1.7.10 version, and it added the .json and the folder! But still didn't work. Is there any fix to this? The smp is starting soon, and I don't want to be left behind. Please help me fix this :).Oh and by the way, this is what happens :D.


I'm guessing you're finding that in the versions folder? Doesn't really matter. You shouldn't have to do anything with that folder to use mods properly (for any relatively recent version, at least). Just put the mods you want to use in the mods folder (which is in your minecraft folder) and run the appropriate Forge profile and version in the launcher.


Minecraft comes bundled with its own version of Java, so the game doesn't need Java to run per se. However, you will need to download and install Java in order to run the Forge installer.


The following is a tutorial on allocating memory for minecraft using the LOTR mod. Please note that allocating the recommended amount of memory will require a 64-bit version of java. Choose your launcher below.


All of the following downloads will be found in your Home > Downloads folder, unless you have re-directed your downloads for that browser to another location. Don't open any of these files from your browser.


The main page of this wiki has a download link prominently displayed; the same link is provided below. Click the link in the box that says: "The latest mod version is" and you will be directed to a new page.


Now open Minecraft launcher and run it in 1.7.10 to the title screen. You just need to have run vanilla Minecraft 1.7.10 at least once. Do this to be safe if you are not sure. Close minecraft. Navigate to your downloads folder. You should see the forge installer. Open it by double clicking, and it should say at the bottom "C:/Users//AppData/Roaming/.minecraft". Select download client (one of the little bubbles). Let it run. This may take a few minutes.


Now go to your home button and search %appdata% and press enter. Open the folder named Roaming and go to the .minecraft folder. Right click and make a new folder. Name it "mods", if one does not already exist. Running Forge once to your title screen will create the folder. Go to your download folder and copy and paste the "[1.7.10] The Lord of the Rings Mod Bxx.jar" file of the mod into your mods folder.


Go to your Minecraft launcher. Do not press play. In the bottom left there is a dropdown menu called "" (note that it will be your player name, not actually the word ""). Click it. There should be a profile named forge. Select it and press play. You should now be able to enjoy what this mod has to offer.


Now go to your home button and search %appdata% and press enter. Open the folder named Roaming and go to the .minecraft folder. Right click and make a new folder. Name it "mods", if one does not already exist. Running Forge once to your title screen (as suggested above) will create the folder. Go to your download folder and copy and paste the "[1.7.10] The Lord of the Rings Mod Bxx.jar" file of the mod into your mods folder. Then go back to the launcher and enjoy.


The MultiMC launcher is one of the easiest methods to use. First, click 'Add Instance' in the top left corner. In the window that opens, scroll down to 1.7.10 and enter a name at the top, then press OK. Then select the new instance and click 'Launch'. MultiMC will then download the vanilla files and load the game. Once it has done this, close the game and return to the launcher. Click 'Edit Instance' and then in the new window click the 'Install Forge' button on the right-hand side. Select the recommended version in the window and click OK. Then click the 'Loader Mods' tab on the left of the instance window and then 'Add' in the top right. You can then navigate to the LotR mod .jar you downloaded and add it.


Now open Minecraft launcher and run it in 1.7.10 to the title screen. You just need to have run vanilla Minecraft 1.7.10 at least once. Do this to be safe if you are not sure. Close Minecraft. Navigate to your downloads folder. You should see the Forge installer jar file. Open it by double clicking, and select install client (one of the little bubbles). Let it run. This may take a few minutes.


Now go to Finder. Go up to your toolbar at the top of your screen, and select "Go." The dropdown should contain a "Go To Folder" button. Click this. On your Finder window, a box will be at the top. Type in the box "/Library". Then find the folder "Application Support". Open that, and find "minecraft". Click on this folder. In this folder, there may or may not be a "mods" folder. If there is, awesome, if there is no, create one, with the same name, case-sensitive. Running Minecraft modded with forge will create this folder as well. Go to your downloads folder and copy and paste the [1.7.10] The Lord of the Rings Mod B... .jar file of the mod into your mods folder.


After having downloaded both files, move them both from your "Downloads" folder to your Desktop, for easy access. Run your MC launcher, whether you use the command line, or an icon on your launcher. Once the launcher starts, click the button at the bottom that says "New Profile". A new window will open, and there will be a line for a name. Name it "1.7.10 Forge", "LOTR", or whatever you will remember. Below that, there will be a dropdown labelled "Version". Click the dropdown and select "1.7.10". Go down some more and find the box labelled "Use JVM Arguments". Check it, and a box that was greyed out will not be. Toward the front of the bar, you will see a bit of text that looks like "Xmx1GB". Change the "1" to a "2". This allocates more RAM to your LOTR profile so that you can play without memory related crashes. Click "Save Profile" at the bottom of the window. Make sure that the profile is selected by going to the lower left of your launcher and making sure that the name of your profile is shown. If it is not, click the dropdown and select it. Click "Play" and let MC load.


after the text that appears from dragging in the forge file. Hit to run the command. A little window will pop up. Select the "Install Client" bubble and click "Install". This may take a few minutes. Let it do it's thing. It will tell you once it has been successful. Open your Minecraft launcher again. Make sure you have the profile you created earlier selected. Click "Edit Profile". Under the versions dropdown, at the bottom, there should now be a version of 1.7.10 with forge installed. Select this, and then press save profile. Click "play". You can quit game once again once it has loaded.


Now, open your file browser. Navigate to the "View" menu at the top of your screen, and click "Show Hidden Files". Find the ".minecraft" folder, which should be located in your home directory. In this folder, there should be a folder called "mods". Place the file [1.7.10] The Lord of the Rings Mod B... .jar, that you downloaded directly into this folder without modifying it in any way. You might want to back up the "saves" folder in your ".minecraft" while you are at it, in order to prevent any of your worlds getting corrupted. Make sure not to play any old Minecraft worlds with LOTR installed, create new ones. To back it up, simply make a copy of the file on your desktop or elsewhere. To switch back to vanilla, just change your profile in the launcher so it has your MC username.


hi your tutorial really helped but i play mine craft with my friends on a server pixelmon but i want to make another server for dragon ball z do i need to make a new forge profile so the mods are separate? and how would i use it?


hi JRYour video got me installing forge which seemed to work.We then downloaded a Jar file for the Pixelmon mod and thats where we are stuck.No programme i use seems to extract the files in itHelp required


Hola from Barcelona!Great turorial. I have the same problem as Smitty, when I doble click the forge jar. It says to check the console for possible errors. Could it be the Mac system that I need to upgrade?! I have 10.5.8. My kid is so crazy about playing pokemon mod.


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