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A FANDOM User
• 1/25/2013

Mob talker Trouble (usage)

Whenever i talk to a mob (Enderman) The entire game crashes because of "Rendering Screen". I swear i installed it right. I am so lost...

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• 1/25/2013
perhaps your computer is a 32 bit or a 64 bit?
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A FANDOM User
• 1/29/2013

 it happens randomly to all mobs for me. i don't think it's enderman-specific, more likely it's some timing problem in the mod.

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• 1/29/2013
i think the mod requires a 64 bit thing to run correctly
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• 2/8/2013
I have 32 bit and no crashing at all.
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A FANDOM User
• 5/16/2013
i got 64 but i also have the crash. :/
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A FANDOM User
• 5/24/2013

So then, how do we fix this?

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A FANDOM User
• 6/6/2013

I have the same problem. Mine's 32 bit. Minecraft just crashes when rendering the screen. I'll look into how to it, if you guys haven't already figured it out.

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A FANDOM User
• 6/8/2013

Well, it looks like (for me) one of the options is to painstakingly resize all of the images and see how they do..

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• 6/22/2013

Sorry for necroing but seeing as how the whole "screen render" error is troubling a lot of people, I'd like to share a potential fix that might work for some of you. 

I did get the mod to run on my first try by blidingly pasting files all over the .minecraft folder but after installing an incompatible mod (thus messing up my minecraft), I had to start over. I decided to follow a guide this time but lo and behold, I got the 'screen rendering' error screen. I retraced my steps from the first time I installed it and I managed to get it running again. I'm not 100% sure it'll work for everybody but it's worth a shot.

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1.) Download all the latest versions of Minecraft, ModLoader and MobTalker.

2.) Install ModLoader as usual, then load up Minecraft to make sure it's installed correctly (the 'mods' folder should show up).

3.) Open SCMownsMobTalker_1.5.2.zip with WinRAR (or 7zip) and extract the mobTalker_texture folder to your desktop for easy access later on. Keep MobTalker.zip open.

4.) Open minecraft.jar again and drag all the CLASS files from MobTalker.zip to the jar file. Close and place MobTalker.zip file in the mods folder like usual.

6.) Boot up Minecraft for it to load the MobTalker mod and close it again. Check your resources folder and the mobTalker_cg folder should show up.

7.) Place the mobTalker_texture folder inside the mobTalker_cg folder.

8.) Add your preferred script in mobTalker_script and boot up your game to see if it works.

Best of luck, guys!

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A FANDOM User
• 6/25/2013

Don't know if I can post without bumping, but thank you Ordinary Lancer! Worked like a charm!

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