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  1. Minecraft: Java Edition
  2. MC-144010

Minecraft stays in background and don't start if Junction Point is used for C:\Users

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    • Bug
    • Status: Resolved
    • Resolution: Duplicate
    • Minecraft 19w06a
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    • Windows 10 x64 Pro Build 1809

      i9-9900k

      RTX 2080

      32 GB DDR4

      Java 8 Update 201 x32/x64

      Minecraft msi installer/legacy installer

      Userfolder follows a Junction Point from C to another drive.
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      Nativelog.txt:

      Set run directory to ...\Minecraft
       Native Launcher Version: 1665
       Operating System: Windows 10 Enterprise
       Application Hash: c9b11bc96b23ea3e08c45e9e04fa9d3d6ae47fe7
       Application Data directory: C:\...\AppData\Roaming/.minecraft
       Executable Path: MinecraftLauncher.exe
       App Directory dir: ...\Minecraft
       Start dir: C:/.../AppData/Roaming/.minecraft
       Launcher dir: .../Minecraft/game
       TmpDir dir: .../Minecraft/tmp
       (Optional) Java Launcher hash: 
       Java Version: 1.8.0_51
       x64: 1
       LauncherConfiguration from: [http://launchermeta.mojang.com/mc/launcher.json]
       Downloaded config
       Native launcher is current
       Native launcher is current
       C:/.../AppData/Roaming/.minecraft/launcher_profiles.json doesn't exist, new user?
       Using new launcher as a launcher.dll is on disk.
       Launcher library is up to date with hash 6c87deea578c0d3d9206c0cd0f611c0ff45e7cec
       Check to see if we can run the launcher
       Native launcher is current
       Starting launcher.dll with ...\Minecraft\runtime\jre-x64\1.8.0_51\bin\javaw.exe
       Found SetDllDirectoryW in kernel32.dll!
       Added ...\Minecraft\game to DLL search path
       Running launcher!
      

      Also found this blog, it's the same to me with the Junction Point: MCL-5569

      I just did test it out myself on a Virtual Machine.
      An installation on a normal setup windows 10 works fine and the launcher starts normally.

      If there is a Junction Point in use for the users folder the Launcher is unable to start in foreground and stays as a zombie process in background.
      Funily it still creates the .minecraft folder in %appdata% and uses resources off from my system.

      Hope you can fix it. I wanna play Minecraft without being forced to push my Userfolder back to drive C: just for one game.

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              OrihalconDE Sven Hoffmann
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