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I recently set up a server via Shockbyte/Multicraft on version release 1.16.1-forge-32.0.108. I've been trying to add mods with varying degrees of success. I left a comment on the Forge page of a mod that I wasn't able to get working and the creator suggested that it might have to do with the version of Forge I'm using, since he tested it and was able to get it to work using that version. So, the next time I started up the server with only the mods I could get to work, I took a look through the console and saw the following line:


[Server] Forge Version Check/INFO [ne.mi.fm.VersionChecker/]: [forge] Found status: BETA_OUTDATED Current: 32.0.24 Target: 32.0.108


Why is my version of Forge outdated, and is there a way to update it without losing our progress/world? Thanks!

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 Sorry, I'm quite new at this. I suppose my real question is why am I running 32.0.24 when I used the installer with the following filename: forge-1.16.1-32.0.108-installer.jar

That's why I'm confused. I never downloaded or installed 32.0.24 to my knowledge, on my computer or the server. Everything should be running 32.0.108, and I can't figure out why the console says it isn't.


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