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  1. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by nwerensteijn View Post
    can people with this problem check their logs for something like:
    "setting timer resolution to <xx> ms" and tell me the value of <xx>
    The entry should be somewhere near the beginning of the log
    setting timer resolution to 1ms

  2. #47
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    Quote Originally Posted by nwerensteijn View Post
    We found a bug that can cause the loops/echos. It will be fixed in the next release. If you cannot wait for that, I have attached a replacement direct sound backend for you. Unzip it and replace your current directsound_win32.dll in the soundbackends folder of your teamspeak3 install with this new version.

    Let me know if it worked or not.
    Did not solve the Problem for me.

    Win XP
    Athlon Singlecore 1,8 MHz
    2 GB Ram

    Extreme Lags an Echos when playing Games
    Small Lags and Echos when only TS 3 is running

    Installed the previous Beta and everything works fine again

  3. #48
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    Quote Originally Posted by thedarkduke View Post
    Did not solve the Problem for me.

    Win XP
    Athlon Singlecore 1,8 MHz
    2 GB Ram

    Extreme Lags an Echos when playing Games
    Small Lags and Echos when only TS 3 is running

    Installed the previous Beta and everything works fine again
    Next time that you test, can you check your cpu usage while running ts3 with the previous beta, and the new RC?
    Also, what excactly do you you mean with lags and echos? What is being echod?

  4. #49
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    Quote Originally Posted by nwerensteijn View Post
    Next time that you test, can you check your cpu usage while running ts3 with the previous beta, and the new RC?
    Also, what excactly do you you mean with lags and echos? What is being echod?
    Its like in the first Post
    This i mean with Echos
    "The weather is nice" would be the sentece he wants to say.
    But:
    "The weThe weather is nice".
    And Lags with Lags i mean , when i am speaking it takes 3-4 sec. till other people can hear it and it stutters.

    Hope this can help.

    Testing the new RC again will happen on weekend, no its playing time ^^

  5. #50
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    someone got a solution for ths????

  6. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by tuneman00 View Post
    someone got a solution for ths????
    Yes I posted one above Have you tried that one? Let me know if it worked for you. It realy does solve at least 1 bug

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    Certain people who have upgraded are repeating themselves involuntarily

    They are on Windows XP

    I have members when they talk, they repeat themselves.

    This issue did not happen before the update.

    Thanks.

  8. #53
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    Tidan have you tried this bugfix?


    Or this test?
    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?

  9. #54
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    I replaced the dll files.
    The problem as before replace.
    The new TS3 is OK, if not run another program in my PC. Usage my system cpu 0-16%
    If I playing with WOW, there are echo bug, I hear my partners first 2-3 words 3-4 times.
    I thinking it is a buffer problem.
    The new dll not fixed this bug

    The new apps.ini too....
    same as before

    The problem is lagg, but I don't undersatnd why.

    My internet speed is good, but if the processor usage higher than 90% TS3 new version have a big big lagg.

    Download Speed: 10481 kbps (1310.1 KB/sec transfer rate)
    Upload Speed: 1411 kbps (176.4 KB/sec transfer rate)
    Latency: 58 ms

    2011.05.21. 1:19:58 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run: 2442 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:21:50 Direct Sound Warning RenderDeviceContext::int_processData slept for 36 msecs
    2011.05.21. 1:21:50 Direct Sound Warning RenderDeviceContext::int_processData slept for 33 msecs
    2011.05.21. 1:21:50 Direct Sound Warning RenderDeviceContext::int_processData slept for 29 msecs
    2011.05.21. 1:21:51 Direct Sound Warning RenderDeviceContext::int_processData slept for 32 msecs
    2011.05.21. 1:21:51 Direct Sound Warning RenderDeviceContext::int_processData slept for 33 msecs
    2011.05.21. 1:21:51 Direct Sound Warning RenderDeviceContext::int_processData slept for 31 msecs
    2011.05.21. 1:21:51 Direct Sound Warning RenderDeviceContext::int_processData slept for 32 msecs
    2011.05.21. 1:22:16 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run (wait): 6437 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:22:16 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run: 6438 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:22:23 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run (wait): 2253 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:22:23 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run: 2257 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:22:30 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run (wait): 2723 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:22:30 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run: 2763 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:22:37 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run (wait): 2398 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:22:37 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run: 2402 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:22:56 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run (wait): 4428 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:22:56 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run: 4432 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:23:05 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run (wait): 5176 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:23:08 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run: 8393 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:23:50 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run (wait): 5901 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:23:50 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run: 5901 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:24:00 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run (wait): 5898 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:24:00 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run: 5899 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:24:10 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run (wait): 5887 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:24:10 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run: 5887 ms 2000
    2011.05.21. 1:24:19 GenericPlayback Info LIMSTOPWATCH RecorderThread::run (wait): 5305 ms 2000
    Last edited by dante696; May 23rd, 2011 at 08:30 AM.

  10. #55
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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    Tidan have you tried this bugfix?


    Or this test?
    Dosen't work

  11. #56
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    I see this is AMD processor, and Windows XP problem.
    Probably SSE2 or SSE3?
    This processor's don't supported SSE2 and SSE3.

    CPUID gyártó AuthenticAMD
    CPUID CPU név AMD Sempron(TM) 2800+
    CPUID revíziószám 000006A0h
    Kiterjesztett CPUID revíziószám 000007A0h
    Platform azonosító CBh (Socket A)
    IA CPU sorozatszám Ismeretlen
    HTT / CMP egységek száma 0 / 0

    commandset:
    64 bites x86-extensions (AMD64, EM64T) Not Supported
    Alternate Instruction Set Not Supported
    AMD 3DNow! Supported
    AMD 3DNow! Professional Supported
    AMD Enhanced 3DNow! Supported
    AMD Extended MMX Supported
    Cyrix Extended MMX Not Supported
    IA-64 Not Supported
    IA MMX Supported
    IA SSE Supported
    IA SSE 2 Not Supported
    IA SSE 3 Not Supported
    CLFLUSH command Not Supported
    CMPXCHG8B command Supported
    CMPXCHG16B command Not Supported
    Conditional Move command Supported
    MONITOR / MWAIT command Not Supported
    RDTSCP command Not Supported
    SYSCALL / SYSRET command Supported
    SYSENTER / SYSEXIT command Supported
    VIA FEMMS command Not Supported


    Advanced Cryptography Engine (ACE) Not Supported
    Adatvégrehajtás megakadályozása (DEP, NX, EDB) Not Supported
    Hardware Random Number Generator (RNG) Not Supported
    Montgomery Multiplier & Hash Engine Not Supported
    Processor Serial Number (PSN) Not Supported


    Automatic Clock Control Not Supported
    Enhanced Halt State (C1E) Not Supported
    Enhanced SpeedStep Technology (EIST, ESS) Not Supported
    Frequency ID Control Not Supported
    LongRun Not Supported
    LongRun Table Interface Not Supported
    PowerSaver 1.0 Not Supported
    PowerSaver 2.0 Not Supported
    PowerSaver 3.0 Not Supported
    Processor Duty Cycle Control Not Supported
    Software Thermal Control Not Supported
    Temperature Sensing Diode Supported
    Thermal Monitor 1 Not Supported
    Thermal Monitor 2 Not Supported
    Thermal Monitoring Not Supported
    Thermal Trip Not Supported
    Voltage ID Control Not Supported

    36-bit Page Size Extension Supported
    Address Region Registers (ARR) Not Supported
    CPL Qualified Debug Store Not Supported
    Debug Trace Store Not Supported
    Debugging Extension Supported
    Fast Save & Restore Supported
    Hyper-Threading Technology (HTT) Not Supported
    L1 Context ID Not Supported
    Local APIC On Chip Supported
    Machine Check Architecture (MCA) Supported
    Machine Check Exception (MCE) Supported
    Memory Configuration Registers (MCR) Not Supported
    Memory Type Range Registers (MTRR) Supported
    Model Specific Registers (MSR) Supported
    Page Attribute Table (PAT) Supported
    Page Global Extension Supported
    Page Size Extension (PSE) Supported
    Pending Break Event Not Supported
    Physical Address Extension (PAE) Supported
    Secure Virtual Machine Extensions (Pacifica) Not Supported
    Self-Snoop Not Supported
    Time Stamp Counter (TSC) Supported
    Virtual Machine Extensions (Vanderpool) Not Supported
    Virtual Mode Extension Supported

  12. #57
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    Nobody ran the test I requested. Or at least nobody reported the results. It's hard to fix this bug when we can't reproduce it, and no one will supply the needed data. If someone with this problem could please run the test from post 41 and post the results, I could work on this problem more effectively

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    An other fix

    We were finally able to reproduce the problem. A temporary fixed direct sound backend is attached to this post. It should fix the loop problem. Regrettably, the fix is to disable the sound device changes detection. So if you add or remove sound devices, you have to restart teamspeak to detect this.

  14. #59
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    Quote Originally Posted by nwerensteijn View Post
    Nobody ran the test I requested. Or at least nobody reported the results. It's hard to fix this bug when we can't reproduce it, and no one will supply the needed data. If someone with this problem could please run the test from post 41 and post the results, I could work on this problem more effectively
    If I were having the problem I would run it, but I'm not having that problem.

  15. #60
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    Client side lag?

    Hey everyone. First off, excuse me, my english isnt all that great so please bare with me. :>

    I've been using ts3 since it came out.. Never had any issues.
    Since the last update i seem to lag(people i talk to tell me i do).. I dont have any problems what so ever.. I dont see any packetloss or anything. I hear everything clear, as it should be.. Just other people seem to hear me lag hard.

    If i test my microfone under preferences, i hear myself lag hard aswell.. But like i said, thats the only problem appearing, everything else is great.

    Now i'm hoping that someone here could help me find and fix the issue.

    Thanks alot for reading.

    Koala

    Edit: Just FYI, my Microfone is ok, so is my connection to the internet, so it seems to be the client i guess.. Uninstall and reinstall didnt help either.

    Edit2: I just read something that might have helped, the priority under the task manager was at "normal", now i switched it to high and my selftest doesnt seem to lag.. Time will show if that has done the trick or not. :/

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