What is percent APPDATA percent?
Uh...I don't know why this is in math, as that has no relevance here. %Appdata% is a location on your computer, usually at C:\Users\*Username*\Appdata\Roaming\ where *username* is your computer login. Most of your software won't really run without the files that apply to them here.
Your system is probably looking for a network location called %APPDATA%. The same thing happened to me whenever I tried to install something, so I went to run and typed in RegEdit. I went to Edit, and then find and then typed in %APPDATA%. I then deleted all of the strings except for Default, and then Right Clicked and selected New → String Value. Then In the text box I entered %APPDATA%. The next time…
Is there a way to install Minecraft texture packs without being able to access percent appdata percent?
To return to default settings in Vuze, go to the Azureus Application Data folder and delete the Azureus.config and Azureus.config.bak files. To access the AppData folder, click Start>Run and enter %appdata%\Azureus (Since you posted this in a Windows category, I assume you have Windows) You can also access the AppData folder through Vuze at Tools>Options>Files. At the bottom of the page is a link to the AppData folder under Configuration Settings.
Why can't I update minecraft to 1.4.5 It starts to update in browser and on launcher and then gets stuck on 14 or 20 percent pls help I can't even not update because it crashes?
Once you buy it you press start the type in %appdata% in the search box (you do it a different way if you have windows 7) then you place the java minecraft folder in the %appdata% folder and know you will be able to open minecraft. Then type you password and username in the bars that come up. If you don't have the latest version then you should update.
For IE 8 & 9 it is stored in %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\History\Low\History.IE5 and %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\History\History.IE5 For IE 10 and 11 it is stored in %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\WEbCache\WebCacheV*.dat For Firefox, it depend on your OS. for WinXP Firefox stores it in %USERPROFILE%\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\<some random text>.default for Win7+ Firefox stores it in %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\<some random text>.default For Chrome it also depends on the OS. for Win XP, Chrome stores it in %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default for Win7+, Chrome stores it in %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default…
Windows XP: Open the start menu, click "Run" then type %appdata%. It will open a folder with Roaming in it. Open that, and then click on the .minecraft file. Windows 7: Open the start menu, and then type %appdata% in the search bar. It will open a folder with Roaming in it. Open that, and then click on the .minecraft file.
If you have: Windows Vista/7, click start and type %appdata% in the search bar. Click on .minecraft and it's all there! If you don't want to type anything go to 'My Computer', click on: C drive, Users, user, Appdata (it's a hidden file, so you'll have to have hidden files on), Roaming, .minecraft, and you're there! Windows XP, click start and then Run..., type %appdata% and click on .minecraft. Basically the same as Vista and…