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  1. Hello, metin2dev community! I'm encountering a very strange problem with a new serverfile I'm working on. Sometimes, when I change the character or I teleport etc, right after the loading screen the client crashes. I get no syserr in the serverside(also the syslog looks ok) or clientside, only a minidump generated by the client with this error: Unhandled exception at 0x007A89BE (Metin2Client.exe) in metin2client_40999_20201017_200808.dmp: 0xC0000005: Access violation reading location 0x03C00000. I tried turning off the antivirus(I thought that maybe it's using some fil
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