I recently reset my computer and deleted everything in my drives because I added a new drive and wanted to rearrange all my files. After reinstalling TeamSpeak3 I was unable to see many of the images on the server I hang out on. Some of the images load, but others do not.
They appear as such: the no-smoking symbol, or a piece of paper icon.
When I checked the logs, these messages repeat and appear in various forms:
1/1/2021 01:33:15 Info Failed to read image D:/Teamspeak/config/cache/remote/6LxEkNL5Fc1UgmLWPtJcgV1LVQ1oXL_IVt8rbnMBzB6Z5jjjJtD3___jhXh70bQtQjSfvv9h_HZtG7m49nzQiw==
1/1/2021 01:30:31 Info Failed to download remote image: Error transferring https://i.imgur.com/Mzr3wyv.png - server replied: Forbidden 201
They used to say C:/windows.old/… from before the computer reset, which I then deleted, but now it changed to appear as it does above with the D:/Teamspeak/config…
I understand these images may have been saved to a local cache that no longer exists. These images are not avatars, but images in the server. I have no other issues with badges, flags, or anything else, just many pictures on the server’s right-hand side-bar.
I have tried clearing my cache in various ways, and reinstalling teamspeak many times with different options, but nothing seems to be able to fix this issue.