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- Oct 22 2013, 10:57 PM (518 w, 2 d)
Feb 12 2020
BattlEye in Arma 3 is currently not compatible with Proton. If anything you need to use the native Linux port.
Dec 13 2016
Dec 12 2016
Could you guys confirm that the issue is resolved with today's update?
Dec 9 2016
Which anti-virus/security software are you using on your system?
FYI, the issue with mods has been identified internally now.
Rollback has been released, but we'd still appreciate your assistance.
Could you guys please send an email referencing this discussion to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are willing to let me to take a look at this via a remote desktop session? Your help would be appreciated.
May 10 2016
This is caused by a corrupt Windows installation.
If you already tried all the solutions from the BE FAQ and nothing helped I can only suggest a Windows repair install or complete reinstall.
You might want to download some other anti-malware software then.
Anyway, if your system fails at that it might probably be best to perform a complete Windows reinstallation as your system is possibly broken beyond repair.
You have a specific type of adware/PUP on your system that's causing these issues.
Please download and install a malware scanner such as Malwarebytes Anti-Malware to be able to remove it.
Ok, I just analyzed this issue with another user.
Could you check if you have the following folder (with files in it) on your system: "C:\Windows\SysWOW64\mjcm"?
A person called Lewis Bearpark contacted support about this issue a while ago. So that's not you? If it is please check your inbox.
Bearpark, I have been waiting for you to get back to me. You never responded to my last email.
Thanks for the info.
Could you please check my email response? I will have to take a look at this directly.
Could you elaborate on what exactly you mean with "boosts CPU usage through the roof"?
Also, could you provide a list of programs that are running while you are playing the game?
No, not at all.
I have thoroughly investigated this problem before. Something on your system (most likely some type of security software) interferes with BE's memory scanning and causes the whole game process to temporarily freeze as a result. It's important to note that this is not caused by a bug in BE. BE is designed to run alongside the actual game and should not decrease its performance in any noticeable way.
As a test you could try to disable any security software and if that doesn't help disable all startup programs and non-Microsoft services in "msconfig".