I really hope that by now you are having fun with your download of Minecraft Audiomod. Do you have your trees saying “Ow! Ouch!” whenever you punch them? Or maybe just making random saxophone notes so you can make some gnarly jazz rifts when you swat them with your ax? What DID you change in the sound files, anyway? But that’s not important right now; what’s important is, if you’re reading this, you may be doing so because you are having trouble with your Minecraft Audiomod. And we absolutely cannot let that happen. So pay attention and see if any of this helps you out!
So, you followed all the instructions, right?:
Downloaded and installed Minecraft Modloader FIRST? Check.
Downloaded Minecraft Audiomod? Check.
Followed the installation instructions? Check.
Added new sounds? Check.
You have all these sweet sound effects with theme music rearing to go, you start up Minecraft, and *poof!*; Audiomod just isn’t quite doing anything, or worse yet, is giving you the Black Screen of Doom and Despair. What to do, oh… WHAT TO DO?!
Don’t worry it’s not so bad. It’s usually one of these really simple things that just needs a tweak. Try these suggestions and we might have you fixed up in a red hot jiffy.
Review what you have done: Read over the instructions closely and try to recall if you missed any of the details during the entire process. Including, very importantly, to DELETE the META-INF file. Go back over it all word for word if you have to.
Check your version compatibility: For Minecraft Modloader, Minecraft Audiomod, and Minecraft itself. If it doesn’t match up, there could be a problem. You can find the Minecraft version on the Minecraft title screen when you are starting the game (where you choose single or multiplayer). Make sure it is the latest version of the game, and we have the latest version of Minecraft Audiomod here to download, so if that matches up, you should be good to go. just be aware, you may need to reinstall the mods and re-delete the META-INF file after you do.
Get HELP!: If you are still having issues, people who play Minecraft with Audiomod constitute a large and involved online community; you can find deeper help answers from them, but finding the information from searches may be a bit tricky. It seems that aside from these issues, nobody’s really having any problems, or sparing that, has absolutely no idea why you would be having these problems. However, most Minecraft forums have alot of action on the topic of getting mods to work properly, so you could easily direct your attention there for serious help.
Hopefully, you’ll have your downloaded Minecraft Audiomod version smoothly sailing in no time.Share