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    Client 3.0.14 (and nerwer) error message (0xc000001d)

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    Hi, I am frequent TS user . I updated ts lately to 3.0.14 . and after the update its not working . I tried re-installing ts to previous version but I found out I can't proceed without updating.

    thanx.
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    I have the same issue and I'm getting the same message application failed (0xc000001d) , this happened right after I updated the Ts3 Client. I updated everything , re-installed the teamspeak cliet a dozen times , check on you tube for any answers , did system restore, ran multiple scans and nothing seems to fix this error!!!! And I can only imagine it is something very simple to fix , and btw I am running windows Xp and had been running teamspeak on Windows Xp for several years with no problems until Today. :-(

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    Hi , I am still stuck with this problem, is it possible to get some help plz?

    P.S.: plz check my previous post for Screenshot , in this very thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keyos View Post
    Hi , I am still stuck with this problem, is it possible to get some help plz?

    P.S.: plz check my previous post for Screenshot , in this very thread.
    This i an windows error code, and that is nothing we can fix.
    Try to deactivate your firewall or antivirus tools (in worst case try to deinstall them for testing)
    Check that non of your RAM is broken.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keyos View Post
    Hi , I am still stuck with this problem, is it possible to get some help plz?

    P.S.: plz check my previous post for Screenshot , in this very thread.
    According to several Google results this seems to be a Windows XP related error caused by corrupted system files. But since Windows XP is officially dead in a few weeks and vulnerable to all sorts of attacks and bugs, you shouldn't worry about it and instead update to at least Windows 7 while you still can.
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    Question Ts3client_win32.exe - Application Error

    When I try to open TS3 I get this error "The application failed to initialize properly (0xc000001d)". Could someone help me to solve this problem? I have windows XP sp2 and I reinstall NET 3.5 SP1, but that did not solve the issue. Thank you in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RikyRO View Post
    "The application failed to initialize properly (0xc000001d)".
    i have the same.

    before i updating teamspeak, it works fine.
    i love to game, and i love teamspeak too.

    so, i get the same errorcode, after update.
    i have try all things, that i see here, that helps the others.

    i deinstall/delete all plugins in the teamspeak directory.

    i have try to run the update.exe in teamspeak directory, same errorcode. 0xc000001d

    everytime, i try to run some of the teamspeak *.exe i get this errorcode.

    i delete and reinstall ALL Frameworks.
    (1.1 -4.0)
    i checked windowsupdates.
    i check my hardware, all works fine.

    i realy need help.

    i have no idea, what i make wrong with this.


    i dont get any crashdump file, nothing - only this errorcode.

    google cant help.
    all the posts here cant help.
    i hope, someone of this peoples can help me here.

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    Question Error (0xc000001d), any help?

    ts3client_win32.exe

    I get this error when I freshly installed TS3:

    Failed to initialize (0xc000001). Click OK to terminate application.

    I'm running Windows XP SP3 (Not my main rig, but a secondary driver)
    And I already tried updating the .NET Framework (3.5 SP1) and the Visual C++ Redistributable (2008 SP1).
    Another strange thing is that this message appears again when I click OK on the first one, however it doesn't repeat after that.

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    We still can not reproduce that here.
    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    This i an windows error code, and that is nothing we can fix.
    Try to deactivate your firewall or antivirus tools (in worst case try to deinstall them for testing)
    Check that non of your RAM is broken.
    Has anyone tried to deactivate the current antivirus/firewall protection?
    What happens, when you start the updater a second time? (C:\Program files\TeamSpeak 3 Client\update.exe)

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    What CPU does anyone have?
    Last edited by dante696; April 1st, 2014 at 09:28 AM.
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    People who get the 0xc000001d error peobably have older CPUs. This error means "Failed to initialize" and usually appears when one or more files are corrupted... or in this case, when the processor is missing the SSE2 instruction set.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SSE2#CPUs_supporting_SSE2

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    ts3client_win32.exe

    I get this error when I freshly installed TS3:

    Failed to initialize (0xc000001). Click OK to terminate application.
    Someone help to fix it! :/

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    Please scroll up to post #9 and #10 straight above your report.
    It won't help you, but it helps us to analyze the problem.
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    problem with teamspeak3

    Hello then i try to run teamspeak i got application error : http://www.part.lt/perziura/3d5f0c05...8e61cea403.JPG

    please help me

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    I have the same issue and I'm getting the same message application failed (0xc000001d) , this happened right after I updated the Ts3 Client. I updated everything , re-installed the teamspeak cliet a dozen times , check on you tube for any answers , did system restore, ran multiple scans and nothing seems to fix this error!!!! And I can only imagine it is something very simple to fix , and btw I am running windows Xp and had been running teamspeak on Windows Xp for several years with no problems until Today.

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    At this point I think any support for Windows XP would be to simple update to a newer version of Windows message. The OS maker has stated it is end of life, no reason for 3rd parties to support it at this time. As an end of life product I see it as being equal to running Windows 3.1 on DOS 6.2, simply no longer supported.

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