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1.6.2 forge modding setup not working. (Need it to update a mod.)


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I am trying to update a 1.6.2 mod and I need to set up a 1.6.2 modding environment. However whenever I try to set up forge. I am using the last updated version of 1.6.2 forge. Can I get any help on this? The only thing I could imagine is that 1.6.2 is too old and isn't supported anymore.


================ Forge ModLoader Setup Start ===================
Checking MCP zip (may take time to download)
Downloaded mcp8.04.zip
Extracting MCP to 'C:\Users\Mark\Desktop\Fishcraftory\forge\mcp'
Setting up MCP
Patching commands.py
patching file commands.py
    Commands patch applied successfully
Copying FML conf
Creating Repackaged data
    Creating re-packaged srg
    Creating re-packaged exc
    Creating re-packaged MCP patches
Fixing MCP Workspace
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "install.py", line 76, in <module>
    decompile=options.decompile, gen_conf=False)
  File "install.py", line 17, in fml_main
  File "C:\Users\Mark\Desktop\Fishcraftory\forge\fml\fml.py", line 1013, in deco
    pre_decompile(mcp_dir, fml_dir, disable_assets=disable_assets)
  File "C:\Users\Mark\Desktop\Fishcraftory\forge\fml\fml.py", line 1061, in pre_
    download_minecraft(mcp_dir, fml_dir)
  File "C:\Users\Mark\Desktop\Fishcraftory\forge\fml\fml.py", line 1125, in down
    failed = download_libraries(mcp_dir, version_json['libraries'], mc_info['nat
ives_dir']) or failed
  File "C:\Users\Mark\Desktop\Fishcraftory\forge\fml\fml.py", line 1181, in down
    headers = get_headers(url)
  File "C:\Users\Mark\Desktop\Fishcraftory\forge\fml\fml.py", line 173, in get_h
    response = urllib2.urlopen(HeadRequest(url))
  File "urllib2.pyc", line 126, in urlopen
  File "urllib2.pyc", line 406, in open
  File "urllib2.pyc", line 519, in http_response
  File "urllib2.pyc", line 444, in error
  File "urllib2.pyc", line 378, in _call_chain
  File "urllib2.pyc", line 527, in http_error_default
urllib2.HTTPError: HTTP Error 403: Forbidden
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    • it was easy villager mate, thanks ill see how to do it without that mod! thanks
    • mybe but thats the central mod i want, is that the one causing the problem?
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