Teamspeak 3 Error – Looking for Help

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Hi guys,

I have recently installed TeamSpeak on my system to chat with my fellow computer users using a headset with an integrated microphone. I have downloaded Teamspeak 3 but when I initiate the program, an error window pops up on the screen. The screenshot of the error is attached below:

The TeamSpeak 3 client has crashed

TeamSpeak 3 Error

The TeamSpeak 3 client has crashed. there is a debug file that the developers

can use to help fix the problem. please upload the file to the TeamSpeak Forums.

C:Dokumente und EinstellungenJannesEigene Dateients3_clientui-

win32-1321432557-2012-01-08 00_45_00.400750.dmp

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I have searched a lot of forums for the answer but I still didn't get the point what does this error means. Has anyone else also encountered such a problem? Please help me in solving the issue.

Waiting to hear from you all soon.



Answered By 0 points N/A #140262

Teamspeak 3 Error – Looking for Help



I solved this problem for a clan degree this way:
TeamSpeak 3 Open the folder and right click the config folder -> Properties -> Security -> Edit -> Select your account and add full access rights. Now close both windows with "OK". The same is true for logs of the folder.
The second solution is not to use "C: Program files" as the installation directory for TeamSpeak 3.
Answered By 590495 points N/A #307215

Teamspeak 3 Error – Looking for Help


If you are using TeamSpeak 3 on Microsoft Windows XP then there should be no problem because the operating system is fully supported. TeamSpeak 3 supports Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Server 2008.

It requires 800 MHz or faster Intel Pentium III or equivalent AMD Athlon XP processor, 128 MB RAM, 50 MB free space, Microsoft DirectX 8.1, internet connection, speakers, and microphone. Since the client requires internet connection, make sure your computer is connected to the internet before running TeamSpeak 3.

It needs to connect to its server on startup that’s why I think if your computer is not connected to the internet when you start the program, it may crash. Also, try updating your operating system to Service Pack 3. Download Windows XP Service Pack 3. This is the latest and last Service Pack update for Microsoft Windows XP.

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