How to Fix Minecraft Oh No, Something Went Wrong Error

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Minecraft is a very popular sandbox video game by well-known game developer Mojang Studios. This game was released back in 2011 but still, this game has managed to attract many players around the world. However, that doesn’t mean the game is immune to bugs and issues. Recently, many players are running into an error that says “Oh no! Something went wrong” while accessing Minecraft. If you are suffering from the same issue, don’t worry, this guide features various solutions to try if you come across an “Oh no, something went wrong” error in Minecraft.

Fixing Minecraft Oh No, Something Went Wrong Error

Thankfully, there are certain workarounds you can try to fix Minecraft “Oh no, something went wrong” error. Go through the below guide and try all the methods one by one until the issue gets resolved.

1. One of the first and easy steps to fix the issue is to exit the game from the Minecraft Launcher and make sure it is not running even in your Task Manager. Press Ctrl + Alt + Del to close the game from Task Manager. Run it again and check if it is working fine or not. If the issue still persists, then try to shut down your PC and restart it.

2. If you can access the game using Game Pass, make sure to install the Xbox app and log in to your account with the subscription. If you have not signed it and do not own Minecraft, then the game will attempt to find out the license for you which is not there. If you have installed it, select the Launcher here and Manage Game to find out Verify and Repair.

3. If the above solutions don’t work, the next solution is to find out the issue in your game’s files. If the files got corrupted, you might face a “Something went wrong” error. To check, open the Windows search bar and go to Apps and Features. Then scroll down and find out the Minecraft Launcher app. Select it and click on “Advanced Options”. Below Terminate, there will be various options to reset or repair it. First, start with the repair option and your system will find out the corrupted files if any. It is advisable to select Reset if the issue still persists even after repairing the game. 

4. If that doesn’t work too, try to uninstall the game and then reinstall the Minecraft Launcher. You need to reinstall both Java and Bedrock versions of Minecraft.

5. If nothing works, the last resort is to contact the Minecraft Support team and they will assist you further.

That’s everything we have to fix Minecraft “Oh no, something went wrong” error.

Also check – How to fix Minecraft the internal exception error.