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PostPosted: Mon 13 Aug, 2012 - 12:28 am 
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Downgrading any Version of Minecraft without a backup in Windows 7

Here's a short walkthrough on how to downgrade Minecraft without a backup in Windows 7. I am not sure if this feature is in previous versions of Windows though. Also, this may not work if you have this function disabled in Windows 7/ Your low on storage. I thought this could be helpful for people needing to downgrade back to 1.2.5 to play on the server, until it's upgraded of course. And sorry if I explain these in an incorrect way. I is a noob. :P
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**Skip the first two steps if you already know how to get to your bin folder in Minecraft, included it just in case some people did not know..**


Step 1: Type in "%appdata%" into the search, as shown in the picture..

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Step 2: Click the .minecraft folder, as shown below.

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Step 3: Click the bin folder and click "restore to previous version". As shown below..

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Step 4: Click the date when you updated Minecraft, since that is the previous version. *The ones
shown here won't be what you see, they are different for everyone because you updated
at a different time.*

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And that's it. Hopefully this helped you if you had no backup for previous versions.. :3

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PostPosted: Mon 13 Aug, 2012 - 3:43 am 
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I'd like to point out that will only work under certain environments. I know for one that it will not work with me because I don't have this feature active.

Good tutorial otherwise. Good job. ^_^


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