So whenever I open up Minecraft, this is since I got Windows 10- I have never had this problem before the sound for Minecraft isn't working. I suddenly decided to play some old minecraft maps, which require older versions. Disclaimer: I am simply providing the link to a tool which allows you to replace your current Minecraft installation with an older version. So I'm pretty sure that the game tries to look for the correct resources sounds and if it cant find the right resources it tries to download them from a dead link. I hope this thread isn't going to get me banned for talking about trading minecraft.
Method 1: Run Hardware and Devices troubleshooter, and check if the issue is resolved. I'll try to be as clear as I can about everything. Make sure it has your correct speakers selected. A bad encounter with any of these will deplete your health bar. I'll try to be as clear as I can about everything. Maybe your speakers are un-plugged or just faulty.
I tried downloading a sounds set, with no effect. Apparently even if it registers the command, it may be faulty according to a number of random forum posts of people talking about same issue. As I have said before, I have my sound all the way up, have checked through my files and everything. I then deleted the entire. I understand completely and the information you've given is more than enough. Getting the required tools Before we start, make sure you have Minecraft installed on your computer. I've been trying all possible solutions that I've found for several hours f3+s, f3+t, copying the contents of assets and adding it to resources, etc.
Hi, Thank you for posting on Microsoft Community. The way I fixed this is just replacing the resources folder in the instance I was using with the one I had from beta 1. Click the title of a map that looks appealing and has an appropriate version number. Pros: Minecraft lets you create anything you like. The site will then give extra details on the map. If it works then you might have to use a resource pack until I figure out where the damn sounds folder is. Alternative download options for Minecraft: Java Edition If you can't get the of Minecraft: Java Edition to work on your machine you may want to try with one of the alternative options below.
I know this has nothing to do with mods because I have never had any until today OptiFine and it has been the same before. I will find out tomorrow. MattT1996 After All the trys of geting minecraft. Please give as much details as possible. I am currently looking for these older versions - 0.
Be elaborate as possible and write down any details that you think may pertain to the issue. Maybe your speakers are un-plugged or just faulty. You can now relive those marvelous hours you spent playing the old Minecraft. None of those had any effect. In order to download said files, you need Minecraft previously installed on your computer! They still have the older ones, some of which are incredible. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community.
Also like Emau said, it does reload your sounds but if there's something buggy with your client, like it's missing the sound files, then it won't be able to reload anything. For example: On my laptop, if I start the client with the sound turned all the way off. Most suggestions are F3 + S or F3 + T. Normally you would have to login to Minecraft for the first time before you can play offline. Step 3: Select Playing Audio , click on Advanced option, and check Apply repairs automatically option. Please give as much details as possible.
Since I don't know where the sounds folder is for the default resource pack, I suggest installing a different one that offers sounds like You can install any resource pack you want but try to find ones with sounds included, just to test this theory out. You can choose to play in the Creative mode if the Survival one is not for you. However, If you have bought Minecraft 1. Conclusion: Minecraft is a basic but fun game that lets you create your own personalised adventures. Step 1: Type Troubleshooting in the search box next to Start button, and press Enter. First thing I checked was in-game, and all audio settings were set to 100%. If I then hit f3+S, the sound resources reload and I hear them again.