Recently ArmA has been crashing on me with subject error message. Found on BIS forums that it isnít a new issue but has been around for awhile. Apparently there is a modline that fixes it http://forums.bistudio.com/showthrea...reinforcements or you can do what I did. Look in your ArmA 2 and/or ArmA 2 OA folders and remove the file named dsound.dll.
I started getting this issue myself today. I'm seeing messages that "Battleye has caught an exception" before the crash happens. Then the game freezes & everyone else sees a message the Battleye kicked me due to my client not responding.
This only happened after my PMC would not finish installing for the last 3 days so I deleted it to allow a full reinstall of it today. Will look into it more. Let me know if this is similar to what you guys have done.
edit: my issue was resolved after I took the cheap ram i'd put in that day right back out of my machine
With 1.60 RC2 I started getting "Reinforcements has stopped working" crashes. However other gamers told me I was kicked by Battleye. I had been using Direct x Overlay plugin that now comes packaged with Teamspeak 3. That plugin has known issues with anti-hacking software but I didn’t suspect it because it had worked just fine with 1.59 and Battleye. But since I turned off the overlay plugin I haven’t had any crashes. I assume some of the 1.60 changes have now made this plugin unusable with this game.
According to Dwarden they think they have this crash fixed with this beta patch http://forums.bistudio.com/showthread.php?t=129429 I’m going to patch, turn the overlay back on, and test some more. Also note this beta patch supposedly fixes other server and client crashes as well.
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