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22-12-2009, 22:08 #1-= TeamSpeak Lover =-
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- Dec 2009
Client Beta 5 Web links still broken
I was looking forward to a fix for the mic/sound disabled problem when connecting to a TS3 server via a weblink wich apparently is supposed to be fixed in Beta 5...
Unfortunately, it does not even get that far anymore...
After clicking a weblink, i get the error message that "TeamSpeak 3 cannot write to the configuration file ts3clientui_qt.conf - You can use TS3, but all settings will be lost!". When i click "ignore", it crashes and tells me it has written a dump file to a certain location - but this location does not exist and no dump file has been written.
I am using win7 32bit.
When I first installed Beta 1 using the default "c:\program files\teamspeak 3 client" path, I was getting the same error just by locally starting the client (not with a weblink) and I knew that it must have to do with windows permissions, so I uninstalled it and reinstalled it (and beta 2 and 5 as well) to another harddrive, wich fixed the "cannot write" problem. I prefer to NOT run the TS3 client with admin privileges.
Today, after installing beta 5 on top of beta 2, clicking a weblink all of a sudden produces the "cannot write" error (normal start of the client does not produce any errors). With beta 2, this error did not appear but after successful connection mic and sound was disabled.
I really hope this will be fixed once and for all.
Thanks for reading!
27-02-2010, 21:00 #2-= TeamSpeak User =-
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- Feb 2010
- Bedford, TX
I had this problem (or one similar) as well. If you change the privileges on the default install path \config folder (for me it's C:\Program Files\TeamSpeak 3 Client\config) to allow the user running TeamSpeak3 full access to the folder, you will not have that error any more. To do this, right click on the folder, go to properties, click on the security tab, select edit and give "Users" full access to the folder. If you know anything about security permissions, you can modify it so that only the user running the application has the rights to run TeamSpeak3, but I would not mess around with this too much unless you know what you are doing. Let me know if this helped at all.
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