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This occurs because Zoom is looking for a file path that doesn’t exist. Alternatively, you might see error code during installation. This means that Zoom can’t overwrite an existing file due to a running process.

Now, you just need to reinstall Zoom. You can get the latest version from the Zoom Download Center. First, check that you have enough disk space. Look at how much space you have left on the drive where you are installing Zoom. If it’s in the red, with only megabytes remaining, it’s time for a tidy up. Here’s how to clean Windows If that’s not the problem, try updating Zoom via the Download Center , rather than the program itself.

If necessary, replace C with the drive you have Zoom installed on. Then click OK. In the folder that opens, you should see a file called installer. Attach this to a ticket on the Zoom Support site for further assistance.

This error can happen during installation and is caused either by incorrect permissions or a driver conflict. First, you need to run the Zoom installer as an administrator. If you’re trying to update via the program itself, grab the installer from the Zoom Download Center instead. Right-click the EXE file and choose Run as administrator.

Then follow the standard installation process. If you still get the error, it’s a driver problem. You can use Windows Update to check for driver updates:. Attach this to a ticket on the Zoom Support site for further assistance. This error can happen during installation and is caused either by incorrect permissions or a driver conflict. First, you need to run the Zoom installer as an administrator.

If you’re trying to update via the program itself, grab the installer from the Zoom Download Center instead. Right-click the EXE file and choose Run as administrator. Then follow the standard installation process. If you still get the error, it’s a driver problem. You can use Windows Update to check for driver updates:.

If no updates are found, that doesn’t necessarily mean your drivers are the most recent version. You should visit your manufacturer’s website to grab the latest files. If you need more help, see our guide on how to find and replace drivers. It you see this, it means that you have not been granted the correct license to join the webinar.

Alternatively, the host’s webinar license could be expired. The host needs to visit Zoom User Management as an account owner or admin. Here they can grant you the correct permissions to join the webinar, or find out how to renew their webinar license if applicable.

Hopefully you now have Zoom up and running. If not, visit the Zoom support site for more resources and contact information. Now it’s time to discover all the fun potential of Zoom, like hosting a quiz night or watching Netflix with friends. Can’t Connect to Zoom The most common Zoom issue is being unable to connect to a meeting. Configure Your Firewall The first step is to allow Zoom through your firewall.

Do a system search for Windows Security and open the app. Click Allow an app through the firewall. Zoom installation error – AB77 Novice Member. Hi, I am having problems installing the Zoom client free membership on my Windows 8 laptop. I am getting an error Suggestions on the Zoom website are: during installation The target disk is full. Antivirus software could have quarantined files downloaded by the Zoom installer.

Download the Zoom client installer manually and install it. If the problem persists, get the installer. EndlessWaves Distinguished Member. AirHost appears to be related to Zoom’s airplay support so that error message may not be relevant – the code is also different. Is that error at the end of that file? Often the last error is most relevent. That could be down to corrupted data. If you’ve only downloaded the installer once then try redownloading that.

Do you have any other issues with the computer that might suggest you’re seeing memory or disk errors?

It could also be a permissions issue. I have tried a number of times to install with the same error each time. The Zoom client was working ok on my laptop a few weeks ago and I haven’t knowingly installed or changed anything that I can think of that may have affected this.

I am thinking that perhaps I have had an automatic update of Zoom in the last few weeks? If it’s any more help, below are the last few lines rather than the first few, as above from the error file. I may try a system restore to a few weeks ago, to see if Zoom client starts working again. Thanks again. Trollslayer Distinguished Member. Have you checked if Zoom is compatible with Windows 8? There wasn’t much of a gap between Windows 7 and Agree with Trollslayer but also without meaning to be rude have you posted a ticket with that log text as per the advice on the zoom website?

I get that somebody may have seen the error but I doubt many are running Windows pre 10 that also read here The only issues I have seen are permissions based work restrictions on laptops for example.

 
 

 

– Zoom client the error code 10003 – zoom client the error code 10003:

 
This error is commonly received while installing the Zoom client application on your computer because of any corrupted or missing file. I not install zoom for PC: it shows “installation failed error code ” [IMG]. try disabling MS Essentials to see if the error goes away. Customer: just turned it off, attempting install again. Magic C.