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So let me tell you how it went.

 

I had optifine installed. Found out that was the problem, and deleted it. Now the world worked fine for about an hour. Then, with the extra utilities mod, I made a item transfer node. As SOON as I placed it down on a block of cobble (to get infinite cobble) it IMMEDIATELY said: Shutting down internal server.

 

Then it crashed.

NOTE: I already went through and made sure versions are fine before all this happened. Something happened AS SOON as I place down that item transfer node.

 

My mods are:

Forge 10.13.3.1403

CodeChickenLib

ForgeMultiPart

MrTJPCore

Applied Energistics 2

Biblio Craft

Biomes O PLenty

Buildcraft

Carpenter's Blocks

Chicken Chunks

Chisel

Code Chicken Core

CoFHCore

ComputerCraft

Denseores

EnderStorage

Equivalent Exchange 3

Extra Utilities

iChunUtil

IndustrialCraft 2

Inventory Tweaks

Ironchest

mantle

MapWriter

MinefactoryReloaded

MorphingMod

Not Enough Items

ObsidiPlate

OpenBlocks

OpenEye

OpenMods

ProjectRed

Railcraft

TinkersConstruct

ThermalDynamics

ThermalExpansion

Veinminer

WhatAmILookingAt (WALIA)

 

Here is the crash report for when it says "Shutting down internal server": http://pastebin.com/2gTDCXii

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What should I do??

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ExtraUtilities and BuildCraft are clashing. Make sure they are both up-to-date.

Don't PM me with questions. They will be ignored! Make a thread on the appropriate board for support.

 

1.12 -> 1.13 primer by williewillus.

 

1.7.10 and older versions of Minecraft are no longer supported due to it's age! Update to the latest version for support.

 

http://www.howoldisminecraft1710.today/

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Okay the world works but the item transfer node crashes me when I open it. I updated both of them and got the latest for both. Also can't place without shutting down too. What do I do? I may just uninstall build craft. I'd rather having extra utilities, but if there is a solution I'd like to know!

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