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23-12-2009, 18:38 #1-= TeamSpeak User =-
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- Dec 2009
Not able to speak after being idle
I have a TS3 beta5 server running on a Win XP Pro 32bit machine (my house mates 2nd PC). Four users connect via LAN and Internet. Everything runs fine and we've had no problems, that is until Monday.
My house mate runs the TS3 client (now beta5) on the same machine as the server is running, while using his main PC to game on. Since Monday (beta3 server and beta2 client) if he doesn't talk for a while, when he does try to talk then nothing is heard by anyone else. The activation light next to his name comes on, but there is no sound. If he restarts the client, all is well again. He uses 'Push To Talk'.
I have other people using XP Pro 32bit without problems. I run Win7 64bit and also have no problems. One user (Win7 64bit) has experienced this problem, but only once, even though they have been idle for just as long on many occasions. It seems this only started since upgrading the server from (I think) beta2 to beta3. Upgrading both server and client to beta5 has had no effect, he still loses the ability to speak after being idle for a while. This didn't happen before the upgrade.
I have checked the idle timeout ('Max Idle Time in seconds') for his logon, but it's 'removed' just like everyone else. I thought it may be just something to do with his PC, but since another user has also experienced it, even though only once, I guess it can't be that.
Any ideas anyone? Thanks for any help.
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