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hs_err_pid**** Error while playing Minecraft

Discussion in 'Games' started by Johann091, Nov 23, 2011.

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  1. Johann091

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    Hello,
    So the problem is that every time I play Minecraft I get a big crash and I get an error that sounds like this: hs_err_pid and then a four digit number. The error does not appear as soon as I start the game, it appears after a bit time playing it. I saw few posts like this and the second problem that comes here is that I have Java 6 update 29, I bellieve that is the newest version if Im not mistaking. And in those posts I saw answers that I need to delete all my previous versions of Java and install the newest update. So any suggestions, what should I do about it?
    Ow and I have Windows XP Service Pack 2.
     
  2. Elvandil

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    Did you do that?
     
  3. Johann091

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    I tried it lots of times and still no luck.
     
  4. raptor1166

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    what browser you running?
     
  5. Johann091

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    Internet Explorer.
     
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