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So, I restored my world to a backup today and when I did, some of the chunks were swapped around. The chunks were part of a gold farm so I don't want to rebuild the whole thing. However, I have a backup of the nether dimension on my computer with the chunks as they should be. I followed Minehut's video on how to upload a world to your sever, but it got stuck on downloading the world and did not move past that step. How do I replace the current nether on my server with the correct backup of the nether? Also, I want to keep the other two dimensions the same.

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You could delete the nether world folder folder in the File Manager, then upload the new nether using Dropbox and the Ingame method, then restart the server.

After typing that, I have no idea if that'll work but...

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The problem is I can not upload the folder to the file manager with the files because it does not accept folders, it needs to be individual files. It also does not accept .zip folders and I can not replace each file in each folder manually because it does not accept .dat files. So, I am not sure how to get around that. Also, when I tried to use the /ul command, using a link from file.io, it said downloading, but it it never displayed a success message. Furthermore, when I checked the worlds list, it was not there. Do you know how I would put the nether folder in the file manager for Minehut?

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1 minute ago, anonymous1343 said:

The problem is I can not upload the folder to the file manager with the files because it does not accept folders, it needs to be individual files. It also does not accept .zip folders and I can not replace each file in each folder manually because it does not accept .dat files. So, I am not sure how to get around that. Also, when I tried to use the /ul command, using a link from file.io, it said downloading, but it it never displayed a success message. Furthermore, when I checked the worlds list, it was not there. Do you know how I would put the nether folder in the file manager for Minehut?

You can use a service such as Dropbox, and upload the .zip to that. From there you can use /ul to upload the world, make sure to change the 0 at the end of the url to a 1.

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Ok, I just tried that. Just as before, it got stuck on "Downloading file (Size=43MB)..." and no success message showed up afterwards. Another thought I had is do you know of a datapack that allows you to move chunks around? I tried to use the /clone command to do so, but that did not work. Also, do you know why the file is not being downloaded?

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