How To Fix Internal Server Error In Minecraft Issue

Minecraft is a popular sandbox style video game which was released by Mojang in 2011 and later on purchased by Microsoft in 2014. It is currently the best selling video game of all time, achieving more than 180 million copies sold as of 2019. Although this is a stable game there are instances when certain issues can occur which we will be addressing today. In this latest installment of our troubleshooting series we will tackle the internal server error in Minecraft issue.

How To Fix Internal Server Error In Minecraft Issue

Before performing any of the recommended troubleshooting steps listed below it’s best to restart your computer first. This action refreshes the operating system and remove any corrupt temporary data that could be causing the problem.

There are several factors that can cause this particular problem ranging from an old game version to a corrupt installation file. Listed below are the recommended troubleshooting steps you need to do to fix this problem.

Delete the user profile

The first thing you will need to do in this case is to try to delete the user profile. This only deletes the temporary data and will be recreated.


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  • Go to https://mcuuid.net/ to get the UUID
  • Log into the server navigate to your server files and go to world.
  • Select players and delete the person’s user name and UUID that is getting the error message.
  • Restart your local computer and try connecting to the server again

Check if the internal server error in Minecraft issue still occurs.

Try disabling the mods

Minecraft is a game that allows mods to be installed. This enhances the gameplay making it more enjoyable. Sometimes though these mods can cause problems, which is why you need to disable any mods you have installed to check if it is the culprit.

  • Open Minecraft launcher.
  • Click the profile editor tab and find the profile you would want to delete
  • Right click on the profile and click delete profile
  • Press delete profile to confirm
  • Close the Minecraft launcher
  • Press the Windows key and the R key.
  • Type %appdata% and click ok
  • Navigate to .minecraft then .versions folder.
  • Find the folder version with the mod you would like to delete and delete it.

Check if the internal server error in Minecraft issue still occurs.

Uninstall then reinstall Minecraft

If the above steps fails to fix the problem then you should try to uninstall Minecraft from your computer then reinstall it again.

  • Press Windows + R, type “appwiz.cpl” in the dialogue box and press Enter.
  • Once in the application manager, locate Minecraft, right-click on it and select Uninstall.
  • Go to https://www.minecraft.net/en-us/download/
  • Download then install the game.

Check if the internal server error in Minecraft issue still occurs.

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