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  1. Wow, I can't believe I've been using the wrong server version this whole time. Anyways, it works great now. Finally. Thanks so much for your help. ^^
  2. Like this? http://i286.photobucket.com/albums/ll83/_-Snow-_/MinecraftForgeProblemScreenshot2-1.png I would upload the jar, but I'm not entirely sure if it's legal, haha...
  3. Just tried that, and the same thing happened. (Though now I like 7zip more. It doesn't pop up with annoying messages...)
  4. Oh. I'm using WinRAR. I open minecraft_server.jar and the Forge build ZIP file, highlight all the files in the Forge build, then drag and drop them into the server jar.
  5. I'm sorry, I'm a bit confused... what do you mean by that? I basically have tried: 1) Starting the server, allowing the vanilla server files to be created, then putting Forge into minecraft_server.jar and starting it again 2) Putting Forge in the jar first then starting the server 3) Putting Forge in the client jar, starting Minecraft itself, then doing 1 or 2 If by tools you mean MCPatcher or some external program like that, I'm not using any. And I think I forgot to mention that I never deleted META-INF in the server jar.
  6. Alright... so I've been trying to set up a modded server for a long time now, but I've always had problems and never asked for help. I have done a LOT of looking around, but I could never find anything like my problem. I can only hope someone knows what's going on. I start by making a regular vanilla server. I download minecraft_server.jar and stick it into its own folder. Then I make a Wordpad document and put this inside: java -Xms512M -Xmx1G -jar minecraft_server.jar That's from this wiki page. Since I'm using Windows and the 64x Java package, I also followed step 3 of the "REQUIRED: Verify and install the latest version of Java" section (changing the path). Then I save it as "startserver.bat". When I open it, and the server sets itself up with ease. I can enter it with no trouble. I've also tried this AFTER installing Forge to the minecraft_server.jar, but after I add Forge the problem happens. I'm trying to install Forge because I want to play Twilight Forest. On the minecraftforum page, it says to follow this link and download the latest recommended build, which has a star next to it. I downloaded universal. Then I opened that and stuck it into my clean client jar, deleted META-INF, started Minecraft, and it prepared itself. (I have tried this before and after I first use startserver.bat, and neither worked.) Then I opened the minecraft_server.jar and put Forge inside. Then I use startserver.bat. (I have tried this before and after the first time I use startserver.bat, and neither worked.) Every time, the cmd window pops up for half a second and then immediately closes down. This window closes down too quickly for me to properly read or copy. HOWEVER, I managed to take a screenshot of it so I went and typed down everything I saw. If there's trouble seeing it, I can try for a better picture... So... anyone have an idea on what's going on? PS. I have also tried this with a previous build of Forge, and the same problem occurred. This is all for a Minecraft 1.3.2 server.
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