Unable to Fit Texture

Unable to fit texture


This crash is caused by Minecraft being unable to handle a texture, due to insufficient video memory.

Common workarounds include reverting to the default resource pack, disabling Anisotropic Filtering or allocating more memory to the game.

Unable to fit texture


This crash is caused by Minecraft being unable to handle a texture, due to insufficient video memory.

Common workarounds include reverting to the default resource pack, disabling Anisotropic Filtering or allocating more memory to the game.


How to fix this


Switch to the default resource pack


All sounds and textures will be changed to the default Minecraft textures
  1. Go to the Minecraft folder
  2. Open options.txt
  3. Change the line that starts with resourcepacks: to resourcepacks:[]
  4. Save and close the file
  5. Run Minecraft normally

Give Minecraft more memory



Your computer may not have enough memory available for this option
    Follow this guide.

How to fix this


Switch to the default resource pack


All sounds and textures will be changed to the default Minecraft textures
  1. Go to the Minecraft folder
  2. Open options.txt
  3. Change the line that starts with resourcepacks: to resourcepacks:[]
  4. Save and close the file
  5. Run Minecraft normally

Give Minecraft more memory



Your computer may not have enough memory available for this option
    Follow this guide.