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Hey !

So, i'm trying my best to install forge but i'm getting this error "These libraries failed to download" everytime

I tried to launch it with cmd and a command line i found in some topic, i tried to uninstall minecraft and re install it so that maybe it could work etc.. Nothing worked

Anyways, if someone can help me .. I've been trying to fix that stuff for like 2 or 3 hours

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Post the log file generated by the installer.

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I fixed it myself by uninstalling java and re installing the latest version ! Sorry for the inconvenient and i hope it can help anyone having the same problem ^^

Have a nice day !

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