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Can't run minecarft in Windows 10

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#1 TheDcoder


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Posted 27 September 2015 - 05:36 AM

Hello :), I can't get minecraft in my Windows 10 which is a fresh installation, It used to work in Windows 8.1... here is the list of thing which I have already tried:


1. Installed latest graphic card drivers (using windows updates)

2. Installed the version of graphic card drivers which used to work in Windows 8.1

3. Installed every available graphic driver in the PC (using Update Graphic Drivers option in Device Manager)

4. Completely removed and reinstalled latest graphic driver

5. Ran java as administrator

6. Ran java in compatability mode

7. Completely deleted the existing .minecraft folder & forced a re-update



Here is some debug information:


Screenshot of crash report:



Crash Report:



DxDiag Log: (on Pastebin if you prefer)



Please help me, Thanks in Advance, TD :)


P.S Sorry if isn't allowed to post here. This question is also posted at minecraft forums.

Edited by TheDcoder, 27 September 2015 - 07:20 AM.

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#2 TheDcoder

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Posted 28 September 2015 - 03:47 AM

After some research, I found out that my graphic card is not (fully) supported in Windows 10 :(... But here are some instructions for you to follow:




NOTE: THIS ONLY WORKS IF YOU HAVE AN INTEL GRAPHIC CARD, Also all links in this tutorial will open in a new tab.


1. Go to to this website

2. Choose your processor: 


3. Download CPU-Z

4. Launch CPU-Z & Look for the code name of your processor.

5. Check the compatibility in your OS's column:



Hope it may help you, TD :wink:

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