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    Setup Issue

    I've tried installing the TS3 64 bit Client several times now, with a complete uninstall done between them. I've installed for one user, for all users, and always get this message when I launch TS3.

    TeamSpeak 3 cannot write to the configuration file: C:/Program Files/TeamSpeak 3 Client/config/ts3clientui_qt.conf

    You can use TeamSpeak 3, but all settings will be lost!

    Ignore or Abort


    I've turned off my virus/spyware software, reboted, and nothing is working.
    I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit.
    How do I fix this?

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    Start TeamSpeak with administrator-privileges. Also update your client to the newest version.

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    I'm always logged in as administrator, and I just downloaded the client from TS yesterday, so I assume the one on their website is the most current client?

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    Loggin in as admin and "run as admin" is not always the same in Win7.

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    As long as you have UAC turned on, you WILL always see this unless you right-click and "Run As Administrator" or permanently edit the shortcut to do it automatically.

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