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I recently downloaded forge to my minecraft server. However when I go to run the forge jar file it doesnt end up actually running. 1. I installed java 8 and the game version is 1.6.5 2. I deleted the forge server jar file and reinstalled forge again 3. I ran it with a bat file but it only gave me a log that just ended after it loaded in the mods.  https://imgur.com/a/RZbTeid    Ive run out of ideas please help rip

 

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You installed optifine on the server. That won't work.

Also, it is a bad idea to put a Forge server into a OneDrive or similar folder. You most likely will experience a corrupted world.

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