Recently we have found that Zoom users are having the error code 105035 accompanied by the message “Zoom screen share failed to start. Please try again later.”
This error is occurring to all kinds of devices but most commonly occurs to the Mac and other apple devices.
We also have found that the error started appearing after the latest Zoom update.
How To Fix “Screen Sharing Has Failed To Start Zoom”: Error Code 105035?
Fix 1: Restart The Device
Before going into any serious troubleshooting try restarting the device on which you are having this error.
If the error is coming because of any temporary glitch then restarting your device will the fix error immediately.
Fix 2: Check If the Apple File System Is Case-sensitive
This solution was shared in the Zoom community where one user contacted Zoom support, and they suggested checking If the Apple File System Is Case-sensitive.
I am sharing everything exactly as it was shared in the forum.
Hi! I contacted Zoom Support and they have the following solution for me (running Zoom version 5.11.1 (8356) on Monterey).
Check if the Apple File System is case-sensitive (Applications -> Utilities -> Disk Utilities). I attached an image with the important part marked red. For this case the Support recommended me to change under /Applications/zoom.us.app/Contents/Frameworks the folder name from CptHost.app to cpthost.app (you must have admin rights to do it). Hope it helps.
Fix 3: Contact Zoom Support
If the error failed to resolve by following the above workaround then get in touch with Zoom support and report this error. Ask them to provide possible workarounds to deal with this error.
Additionally, you can also visit this guide by Zoom where they have suggested different troubleshooting if Zoom’s Screen sharing failed to work.
Fix 4: What If You Still Have The Error?
Contacting Zoom support should fix this error but If you still have the error then you can try installing the previous version of Zoom. And this should fix the error temporarily.
- Uninstall Zoom from your device.
- After that restart the device.
- Then you can go to uptodown, Apkmirror, or any other site to download the version of Zoom.
- Once Zoom’s previous version is downloaded, install that to your device, and turn off automatic updates right away.
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