Many players have reported that Minecraft crashes with an Exit Code 0. Don’t worry if you’re also experiencing this error. Take a look and get your game working right away. Below we’ve gathered some working fixes recommended by our users. If you’re still experiencing issues, please submit a bug report so we can work on a solution. If you find that your version of Minecraft isn’t affected by the above fixes, try updating your Java runtime to the latest version available for your operating system.
How to Fix Minecraft Exit Code 0 Error
It might not be necessary to try them all. Just go down the steps until you find the one that works for you.
Fix No 1: Close Any Conflicting Programs
Several versions have failed to resolve the compatibility issues in Minecraft over the past decade. This means that conflicting programs on your PC could cause your Exit Code 0 problem.
Thanks to the community, a list of software that is known to be incompatible has already been provided. Make sure you don’t have any listed programs running before entering the pixelated world. You can also identify the unimportant ones and uninstall them to minimize the risks.Check the next fix if MC crashes when no offending programs are running.
Fix No 2: Update your Java
Please make sure that you are using the latest version of Java if you are on the Java edition. Mojang and the community both recommend staying up to date with Java. It will improve your gaming experience. But most importantly, it will help you avoid most strange issues.
You can update your Java by following this tutorial if you don’t know where to start.You can continue to the next fix if you’re already using the latest Java or if you don’t wish to fiddle with the Java settings.
Fix No 3: Get Rid of All the Mods
Known for its flexibility in mods, Minecraft offers players infinite possibilities. Mods are fun to play with, but they might also be the cause of the crash. You can try disabling or removing any mods you’re using and see what happens. It’s possible that you’re using an incompatible mod if the game hasn’t crashed since then. Next, try the next method if Minecraft crashes when no mods are used.
In the next method, Disable your antivirus software. Antivirus programs often interfere with the operations of a program by monitoring it and sometimes even actively stopping it from working correctly. Disabling this monitoring can prevent antivirus programs from interfering with Minecraft, which means it should run more smoothly. To disable your antivirus software, click Start, type “msconfig” in the search box, and press Enter. A window will pop up. Under “Startup and Recovery,” select “Disable all,” and then click OK. If you’re having issues with your antivirus software, you’ll have to contact the software provider directly. Method 3: Replace your video card. If you’re using a video card, you might be able to solve Minecraft’s crashing issues by replacing it. The most common problem with video cards is overheating. If your computer is overheating while playing Minecraft, you’ll need to replace your video card.
Fix No 4: Completely Reinstall Minecraft
It is recommended that you reinstall Minecraft completely if none of the fixes above work. During this process, you can backup your. Minecraft folder can be accessed by typing %appdata% into the address bar of File Explorer. Don’t forget to delete the options.txt file within the .minecraft folder.