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My FTB Ultimate World wont load


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mikmas

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I was just playing in my world and I accidentally clicked on an item named "Unnamed" with fire as the icon in NEI.  My world instantly froze and crashed and now it isn't letting me log back into it.  SOME ONE PLEASE HELP! I've spent a lot of time playing this world, I have the crash report and everything, I'm also playing on a MAC.

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It seems like simply deleting your player file will fix the problem if that is the only thing you did that caused a crash.


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I tried that, the same problem comes up with the same crash report.  It's in the minecraft/saves/<world name>/players/<player.dat file> correct?



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Yes that's the file. Deleting it didn't work?


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It didn't work, I also tried deleting the player.dat file in the NEI folder, but that didn't work either.  I tried the NEI.dat file as well, no luck there either.






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