Gaming Installing mods in minecraft >.<

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This has been confusing me alot lately. I want to install a few mods, like Keep Inventory on Death, Mo' Creatures, ExtraBiomesXL, ecosystem things like that. How do I install these? I have ModLoader, ModLoaderMP, and Forge, I also installed them in that order. However when I try to install a mod, it either black screens on startup, or won't load the world. Or gets stuck on Done Loading. Yes, I deleted the META-INF folder. How do I install these PROPERLY? I read that there needs to be a mods folder, but I don't know where it should be put, or what name it needs. Please help thanks!
 

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Mods that go into the /mods/ folder go into /.minecraft/mods/
Try starting with a clean copy of Minecraft… Oh, and are you sure the Mods are compatible with your version of Minecraft?
Whoops, I was on 1.2.5. Forge is for 1.2.4 so I used MCNostalgia and got back 1.2.4. I now got ComputerCraft working :D Thanks for the help anyway guys!
 

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    @M4x1mumReZ they're used for that, but they're called candle warmers
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