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Downloaded Minecraft yesterday (again). Added a few recourcepacks, but only one active right now is KoP 1.10 V1 256 P.R. Only 1 world which is a few minutes old.

 

Downloaded Forge stable and got all the same mentioned stuff, then I removed it both again and tried Forge latest asswell.

Installed client into .minecraft. Started up with forge profile and got error a bit later during loading; a Minecraft ran out of memory error.

 

Windows 10 64 bit, GTX 970, i5 2500k, 16 GB RAM. Increased ram allotment to 5G in profile. Still same error.

 

http://pastebin.com/BeNmAS3h

 

http://pastebin.com/2tZihSG2

 

Anything else I need to provide or missed?

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You set the max ram to 1G in the command line, -Xmx=1G

You set the 'new object' memory to 5G: -Xmn5G

You want to just use the -Xmx argument, not the mn.

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Well that did the trick it seems. A forumtopic misdirected me to where I needed to put the data. Thank you. :)

 

I started it up. Do I need to change the object memory back again or something else? I can't remember the original setting.  :o

And if I say e.g. 2 gb for both, does that mean it takes up 4 total?

 

Now to try it with pickblock and a few tiny ones.

 

 

 

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