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    TS crashes when i move users as example

    Hey, Just as the title says when I start to move people in TS or do anything admin like TS crashes.

    I have uploaded my latest crash dump.

    Anyone know what I can try and do?


    Also I have uninstalled TS3 with Revo Uninstaller and installed a fresh copy. No luck.
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    Contact the plugin author or do not use the plugin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    Contact the plugin author or do not use the plugin.
    Im not using a plugin to move people... Click and drag.

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    You used the words "admin commands" so i thought you are using commands to move users.
    Because such commands do not exist without an installed plugin.

    Always upload your crashdumps (as you did already)
    And for the crash itself:
    http://forum.teamspeak.com/threads/9...of-information
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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    You used the words "admin commands" so i thought you are using commands to move users.
    Because such commands do not exist without an installed plugin.

    Always upload your crashdumps (as you did already)
    And for the crash itself:
    http://forum.teamspeak.com/threads/9...of-information
    Agh ok, im trying a few things from that link... whats the difference in running a 32bit version on a 64 machine?

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    The 32 bit client uses different installed libarys (32 bit libs) from your system and only supports to use 4GB of your RAM.
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    Doing what the link suggested didn't help.


    You can do
    Install the latest client version from http://www.teamspeak.com/downloads
    Deactivate your custom plugins under Settings > Plugins.
    Install latest Windows, Linux, OS X updates.
    Install latest drivers for graphics card and soundcard and mouse/keyboard
    Make sure you are using a supported CPU with SSE2 feature enabled to run the client.
    Try the 32 or 64 bit client from http://www.teamspeak.com/downloads


    I submit the crash every time to Teamspeak and have been for months. Started back in August September time.

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    any more help?

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    I can't help here much more. I'm out of clues.
    It could be any software (or driver) installed on your computer.

    I will forward your crash report to a co-worker, maybe he can read where or why it does crash.

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    It could be that your crashes are caused from the path where the client was installed.

    Could you be so kind to install and start the client from C:\Program Files (x86)\TeamSpeak 3 Client\ and not on C:\Program Files (x86)\.
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    Thanks

    I have reinstalled TS into that directory. Will let you know if it works or not. Normally doesn't take long for TS to stop working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    It could be that your crashes are caused from the path where the client was installed.

    Could you be so kind to install and start the client from C:\Program Files (x86)\TeamSpeak 3 Client\ and not on C:\Program Files (x86)\.


    Ok seems like you were right. I somehow hand not uninstalled all the plugins correctly. One was still installed but not in use.

    Thanks for your help

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