Have you ever wanted to enter Minecraft after an extended day but your game shows an Exit Code 0 error and closes the game? The annoying error will not even allow you to play the game.
When this problem has made you think without knowing the cause or reason for it Don’t fret. We’ve looked at a few of the most popular explanations for to explain why this happens and what you can do to fix the Exit Code 0 error.
What is Exit Code 0 Error, and Why Does it Occur?
A aka.ms/remoteconnect error means that due to some problem, the game cannot be launched. The result is that your game is unable to run and crashes upon launch, with an error message displayed in the display.
To answer the question of why it happens numerous reasons could cause you to lose your game, for example,
- Old Graphics Driver If you’ve not updated the driver on your graphic card this could be the reason for our problem.
- Incompatible mods: You may have installed some mods that have been causing Minecraft to crash. It may also happen that the mods you used earlier may not work with a newer version of Minecraft.
- Older Java As Minecraft runs on Java, which is the Java engine, it is crucial not to use the latest version in order to play in the same manner. Therefore, if your Java is not up to date, this could also result in an Exit Code 0 error.
- Incompatible applications running in the background: Some software/applications that are incompatible with Minecraft and Java may be running in the background, causing the game to crash and the aforementioned error to appear.
How to Fix Exit Code 0 Error in Minecraft?
Now that we are aware of the reasons for this error , let’s consider ways to fix those issues to ensure that your game is running smoothly.
Updating Graphics Driver
The graphics cards you use have an interface from which you can update your drivers. It is better to remember that different brands have separate control panels. For example, AMD has AMD Radeon software, NVIDIA has GeForce Experience along with Intel has Intel Graphics Command Center.
We selected the more widely utilized NVIDIA’s GeForce Experience for a simpler illustration.
- Open Google, search for GeForce Experience. Type GeForce Experience, then press Enter to launch it.
- Click the Drivers tab at the upper left corner.
- Click to check for updates in the middle. The application will then automatically download and install the most current drivers.
Alternately you can use Device Manager to make sure that your GPU is updated as well.
- Hit Windows+X, or Right-click on Start Menu and select Device Manager.
- Find Display adapters, and then expand it.
- Select your GPU , then right-click on it.
- Select Update Driver.
- A driver updater wizard pops up.
- Select Search Automatically for Drivers.
- The wizard will updating your drivers.
Removing Incompatible Mods
Since the game will not start, you’ll need to go to the mods folder and then delete the files manually.
- Open your search and type in “%appdata%”.
- Enter to open the folder. Enter and you will be able to view the folder. Press Enter to open it.
- Find .minecraft and open it.
- Now locate the mods folder for access to it.
- Take out old mods. We suggest first keeping track of the mods you’ve installed before deleting them altogether.
- Start Minecraft and see if the problem is solved.
The most effective method to update Java is by installing a new installation.
- Go to Control Panel>Programs>Programs and Features to open the list of applications installed on your computer.
- Search for Java on the list, then select Java. Select it.
- Click”Delete” or click “Delete” button located at the top.
- Follow the pop-up wizard to complete the removal.
- Go to the official Java website to download the latest version.
- Locate the downloaded file and install it.
Close the Incompatible Apps Running in the Background
The list of apps that are incompatible when used with Minecraft in MinecraftHopper. Go through the list to find out the one that is blocking the game’s performance.
- Press Ctrl+Shift+Esc with your keyboard to launch Task Manager.Background apps
- Check for an app that is incompatible with Minecraft.
- Choose it, and then press End Task on the bottom left.
Some Additional Solutions To Fix Exit Code 0 Error
Increasing RAM Allocation to Minecraft
There is a chance you’re experiencing this error because your Minecraft needs more room on the RAM.
- Open Minecraft Launcher.
- Go to Installations.
- Press three dots located at the right-hand side of the game’s game version.
- Select Edit
- After that, click More Options and find JVM Arguments.
- Find your “Xm2G-” value in the box (at the start of each argument).
- Change 2G to 3G (or greater if you have greater RAM). It changes the default 2 GB RAM allocation to 3 GB to be used for Minecraft.
If none of these options worked, you’ll have to correct the issue by reinstalling the game. Go to Control Panel>Programs>Programs and Features, find the Minecraft launcher and uninstall it.
Then, download Minecraft from its official website to install it. In the hope that you do not be able to see the error later.