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  1. #1
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    Ts3 Client won't open

    windows 10 64 bit

    Ts3 won't launch whatever i do, i've tried everything i found online but nothing helped.
    Whenever i try to launch Ts it just doesnt pop up, it shows up in the Task manager but won't open up.
    I've tried closing it using the Task manager, i reinstalled ~ 10times, I manually put all the .dll files into the folder, i reinstalled after deleting Teamspeak in %Appdata%, I legit tried everything.
    Please help.

    planing

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    Have you used TS3 on this computer before. If so, did the problem start following an update? If so, have you tried to reinstall the older client version to see if it then starts.

    What is the client version that is failing?

    Have you reviewed the client log for any errors or warnings?

    Could also use the -console parameter with the start command to see if the console shows and gives any additional details.

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    Try to start TeamSpeak in safe mode.

    Like this: https://bit.ly/2GFydBz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ondra3211 View Post
    Try to start TeamSpeak in safe mode.
    Yeah, forgot that was added a few years ago. But, if his uninstall was thorough should not be an issue of some random plugin messing with the client.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Screech View Post
    Yeah, forgot that was added a few years ago. But, if his uninstall was thorough should not be an issue of some random plugin messing with the client.
    But when he has enabled plugin sync...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ondra3211 View Post
    But when he has enabled plugin sync...
    If the client never shows to sign into a myTeamSpeak account...

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    I've used Ts in the past and I've never had problems while using it.
    Starting Ts in safemode didn't make it open.
    I've tried installing old versions before but that didn't work aswell.

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    Then it's a problem with your graphics driver or a VPN software hijacking the process. Yes this can crash the client....
    When sending me private messages: Please make sure to include reference link to your forum thread or post.

    TeamSpeak FAQ || What should i report, when i open a client thread?

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    Did you ever review the client log and see anything that could help, maybe note about graphics error or such?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Screech View Post
    Did you ever review the client log and see anything that could help, maybe note about graphics error or such?
    Where can i find that?

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    Fixed

    I somehow fixed the issue. Thank you for your help, i appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by planing View Post
    Where can i find that?
    I think with a default install it should be in ( %appdata%\TS3Client\logs ). But I think there are some install options that can change that. Been many years since I've done a clean install.

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