I received a teamspeak update just moments ago on my Windows 10 Home x64 20H2 (OS Build 19042.546). It has updated to beta26 and it still downloads some updates and this repeates forever, any fix?
Can you check your update.log?
the last one “update.log”
check your %LocalAppData%\TeamSpeak\Logs\Default\update.log file.
Also from an elevated command prompt run:
tasklist /FI "imagename eq TeamSpeak.exe" taskkill /F /IM TeamSpeak.exe
afterwards start your client again.
Update log has been sent above and cmd spits out this
after starting teamspeak back again it downloaded updates again
Close the client (using the X button) then run the commands from the elevated prompt again.
Then start the client.
Yes as you can see it has detected processes and killed them, resulting teamspeak to disapear. After stating it manually as usual it does the same. Did I do it right? BTW when teamspeak is closed no process is running.
Depends on whether before you killed it, it had already downloaded the update.
Alternatively start the client, have it show the available update and restart option. Then close it using the X button. Log out of your system and log back in. Then start the client.
Okay gimme sec pls