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A problem was found with the configuration of task ':createSrgToMcp' (type 'GenerateSRG').


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Hello,

when I try to run the runClient task to start Minecraft, I get this error:

A problem was found with the configuration of task ':createSrgToMcp' (type 'GenerateSRG').
> File 'E:\MinecraftMods\SchulMod\build\extractSrg\output.srg' specified for property 'srg' does not exist.

I hope you can help me. I am using Forge 1.16.5 - 36.1.25

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I don't have an answer either. I just tried out the 1.16.3 MDK and it works flawlessly. It's only the 1.16.5 version thats gives this error everytime, no matter how many times I reinstall it.

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I found the "solution" or better workaround. The runClient task works fine if the project directory is on the C drive. But on any other drive I am getting the error mentioned above.

This only happens on 1.16.5, so there must be something that changed with the paths or something idk.

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This should have nothing to do with the disc it's on. I constantly work on the Z drive and it works just fine.
Also, i would advise against using MCreator, as using a normal modding system is recommended so you actually understand what you're doing.

I do Forge for free, however the servers to run it arn't free, so anything is appreciated.
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I am not using MCCreator. I just googled for the error message and found these posts.

But it is just like this. If the project is on the E drive I get the error. If it is C drive it works. 

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@LexManos and @diesieben07 I have found the real reason for the error message. It was the formatting of drive.

Steps to reproduce (on Windows):

  • Use a working drive/flash drive.
  • Format it with NTFS => put the project folder on it => everything works fine
  • Format it with ExFAT or FAT32 => put the project folder on it => I get the error message

I have tested it out with a working usb stick.

On NTFS => everything is working

ON FAT32/ExFat =>I get the error

 

I don't know why this is happening, but this seems to be the reason.

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