Minecraft is a game about breaking and placing blocks. At its core, Minecraft is a game of survival, where players can explore the world and build things using a variety of different blocks. There are plenty of ways to play Minecraft but sometimes chunks will get corrupted or deleted due to errors in the game’s code. When this happens it can cause issues with your map as well as all player data on that map so we’ll show you how to reload those chunks below!
The first thing you’ll want to do when you encounter chunk corruption is back up any important files that might be stored on your hard drive – these may include: .minecraft/saves/, .minecraft/config/ .minecraft/.recently-used.xl
You can also find out which chunk(s) are corrupted by opening up a command prompt window (or terminal on Mac OSX), entering ‘java -cp “./bin” net.spacemanbrickworks. Utility’ and running this utility tool from my Github repo or minecraft issue tracker page where it says ‘Command Line Tool’. This will display an error message for any chunk that is corrupt or missing.
For a step-by-step guide on how to reload chunks in Minecraft, read the following:
In order to prevent corruption of your map and player data, you can back up any important files stored on your hard drive by going into “.minecraft/saves/*.*” (or whichever directory is relevant) and copying them elsewhere.
This will allow you to “undo” any changes that have been made. You can then delete the corrupted files and replace them with your backed up versions by going into “.minecraft/saves/*.*”.
If for some reason, this step does not work:
Modify a world’s level-type data in order to change its terrain generation parameters (e.g., selecting ‘Customized’ instead of ‘Random’). Use “/worldborder set 1000000” on an adjacent world without modifying it first if you need more space for testing. Then go back onto your original save and try again until success is achieved. If successful after doing so, use “/save-all”, enter the name of the new save file for your world, and then copy the new save file into a backup folder in case you need to revert back.***
In this article we are going to talk about how you can reload chunks in Minecraft. This is a very useful technique for fixing bugs or glitches that may occur while playing the game, and it’s also great if you want to get rid of mobs such as zombies, creepers etc.
First off make sure the chunk your player character is currently occupying has been saved. You should know how to do this since it’s standard procedure when roaming around exploring new places in Minecraft world; just defend yourself against enemies until nightfall then press F11 on your keyboard with the mouse cursor over “Saved Chunks” tab at top left corner of screen – next time you start up Minecraft again those save chunks will be loaded instead of loading from the beginning of your latest session.
Again, make sure you are occupying a chunk that has been saved; otherwise it won’t work. Simply press F11 on your keyboard while mouse cursor is over “Saved Chunks” tab at top left corner to have those chunks loaded instead of loading from the start – this time around.
Once again, ensure you’re in an area where chunks were previously saved so they can be reloaded and not adding new ones as well as starting with default settings for Minecraft world generation each time. Pressing F11 when mouse cursor is over “Saved Chunks” tab will do just that: load all blocks and entities from previous save game file rather than generating them anew completely fresh every time.
There is a known bug in the game which means that you might not be able to save chunks at all during your time playing Minecraft; this can happen due to some form of corrupted data, but there are ways around it. You can do it by simply using different versions of Java and forcing them into running through command line options rather than the GUI methods (in case Windows prevents execution for whatever reason), or disabling add-ons like Optifine with those features enabled from within Java’s settings menu.