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    figured out How to stop this on my HP Laptop.
    i have an HP 15 (Core I3) with a Intel HD5500 Graohics card, to get this crash to stop you need to turn antialiasing off (to O) that should stop it if you had the same issues as i did. (getting this crash every time you were trying to build anything or just randomly at anypoint in the game.)

    Hope this helps some other people.
     

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    Can you get it to happen more if you turn anti aliases on?
     
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    Can you get it to happen more if you turn anti aliases on?
    Yes, If i turn it on it happens every single time i try to rotate a block, or try to open advance build mode with control, and then randomly as i am just floating around. it also jacks up my block graphics, making them appear "muddy" and "Low quality" even though i have the 256 selected.
     
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    I'm having the message appear on my windows 10 pc, playing on a friend's server. I've tried setting the antialiasing to zero but it keeps happening... It is randomly though it seems. and it's getting annoying.
     
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    I'm having the message appear on my windows 10 pc, playing on a friend's server. I've tried setting the antialiasing to zero but it keeps happening... It is randomly though it seems. and it's getting annoying.
    Please don't necro post.

    With that said, if you have an AMD GPU then try turning shadows off. I will try to explain why.

    AMD's OpenGL implementation seems to be rather strict about adhering to the OpenGL standards.

    The problem I have seen with my GL_INVALID_OPERATION errors on my AMD GPU appear to be tied to how the game tries to render and draw shadows. The GPU driver may be using a shader (could be a trail) that is missing, or some similar malfunction, and the driver itself returns the invalid operation error. Turning shadows off has, so far, fixed it for me.