I don't know how you know that it's actually because of a command you send, and not, for example, something you receive from the server or some other bug.
I strongly doubt that a client command you send is the cause of your crash. Does ET crash without any error message of any kind?
Anyway, I don't remember any command to record what you send to the server, but even if you have the sequence of all your user commands, reliable commands, etc. what would you do?
Let's say you record your upload network stream and you parse and decrypt it, and you see that in the last packet you sent to the server there are some commands, what do you do then?
If you knew what to do with those commands you wouldn't have asked how to record them in the first place, provided that this is actually what you want to do
ET does not give any crash errors, it just stops working (which is why I thought it to be a driver issue) en then it closes the whole .exe. I am not too sure what you mean with recording my whole upload stream, but I guess you mean that this records all commands I send to the server. This would be a way of doing it, yes, but if ET had some built-in command that did this, I wouldn't have to do this all. Not saying I actually could
reinstallation wont fix a crash unless you did a good clean up
the only log i know of is etconsole - I'm not sure if its the same for everyone else its in etmain folder
its not a debug log more of a log that shows recent commands and chat messages
I know, that's why it's a fresh reinstall, meaning that I delete all maps that have ET in their names (I didn't really do this, it's a metaphor ). I'm not sure about this file of yours. Is it a text file? Because the way you describe it, it sounds like a regular condump.
Anyhow, I haven't had these crashes in like 3 days now, maybe they disappeared (you never know what happens with Windows).