Question from Roxas2009

Asked: 3 years ago

Why doesnt minecraft run well on my pc?

I just bought a new laptop and its specs are well over whats recomended to play, but Minecraft runs all laggy and locks up too. Here are the specs for my comP.

Toshiba Satellite C655-S5137
Operating System Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

Processor
CPU Brand Intel

# of Cores 2

CPU Type Core i3

CPU Speed 380M (2.53GHz)

Level 3 Cache 3MB

Smart Cache 3MB

FSB 2.5 GT/s

CPU Main Features Hyper-Threading Technology
Virtualization Technology
Intel 64
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology
Idle States
Thermal Monitoring Technologies
Intel Fast Memory Access
Intel Flex Memory Access
Execute Disable Bit

Memory
Total Memory 4GB

Form Factor 204-pin SO-DIMM

Memory Configuration 2 x 2GB

Memory Slots (Total) 2

Memory Slots (Available) 0

Maximum Memory Supported 8GB

Hard Drive
HD Capacity 320GB

HD Interface SATA

HD RPM 5,400 RPM

HD Configuration 1 x 320GB

Video
GPU Type Intel HD

Video Memory Up to 1696MB Dynamic Shared Graphics Memory

Display Interface 1 x VGA

Any help at all would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!

Top Voted Answer

From: Avous_Yelmurc 3 years ago

Could be your Java version. do you have 64 bit java? with 32 you'll crash all the time and it will lag horribly if you ARE using 32 bit java. try reinstalling with 64 bit java. or you arent dedicating enough memory to java.

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You could try installing Linux. I have never seen Linux run Minecraft poorly.

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It's your video card, Intel HD is awful, either change the video card, or your fwocked

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I think it is just minecraft, I just bought a new alienware pc 6gb ram Gtx460M graphics care and it still does not run well....But on the other hand I have a desktop that will run this game just fine.

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Funny, cuz minecraft is a cpu heavy game not graphics, try messing with the video settings or upgrading java.

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