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when i start Minecraft with some mods installed i get the following message from forge:


Forge has found a problem with your Minecraft installation

A mod sorting cycle was detected and loading cannot continue

the first mod in the cycle is dummy container (after) @841287254

the remainder of the cycle involves these mods:

FMLmod: basicComponents{1.0.0} before: [] after: [x]

Dummy container (afterAll) @1370800610 : before: [] after: []

Dummy container (after) @841287254 : before: [] after: []

AppliedEnergistics{rv12.a} :before: [] after: [MinefactoryReloaded, BasicComponents, ThermalExpansion, IC2, Buildcraft:Silicon, Forge@[9.1 (the screen ended)

(^most mods are mods i previously installed but i don`t have anymore installed^)

The file "Forgemodloader-client-0.log" contains more information


crash log: http://pastebin.com/0W0SiP8y

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Removing Applied energistics seems to fix it, but after adding Galacticraft back, i got the problem of Basic Components being duplicate, that problem seems to be caused by MicdoodleCore, because removing it seems to fix it, i`m going to ask the Galacticraft forums about that, otherwise i have to play without Galacticraft  :(.

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