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If your using an "HD" texture pack then maybe increase the amount of memory the game can use?

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download internet explorer 64 bit or another 64 bit web browser and then install the 64 bit version of java, this might help . you might need to uninstall the 32 bit version of java, it couldn't hurt but don't quote me 100%.

how could your minecraft need over 2.8gb of ram. I've hardly ever seen my server with ~20 plugins reach 1gb lol ?
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Changing my graphics to fast seems to have done the trick.

@the d0ctor: It doesnt use 2.8gb of RAM it only uses about 800. 2.8gb is OS and everything else combined.
    
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Originally Posted by lhowatt View Post
My minecraft client always crashes once my PC uses any more than 2.88GB of RAM.

I get a black screen and cannot do anything in game.

Anyone know why? It runs perfectly well on my laptop that has 4GB of RAM.
Common problem when the max amount of ram is reached, I had that myself, If you're using a heavy texture pack you might want to increase max ram, I reverted to default texture pack and it fixed it for me. Turning the fog up also fixes that.
   
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Turn graphics from Fancy to Fast. I did that and now i'm getting 0 crashing
It's not because of your computer.
Notch coding Fancy graphics very badly, which makes for crashing.
I get over 100+ fps when I turn it to fast compared to fancy.
It's just because of bad coding.
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