If you are seeing the Zoom error 100035000 on your screen while trying to attend or schedule a Zoom meeting.
Then, chances are that you might be facing the following error message due to the following reasons as shown below.
- An outdated Zoom app version
- An outdated Browser
- Network issues
- Antivirus or Firewall interference
- Faulty installation
Now that you have seen some of the reasons responsible for causing the following 100035000 to occur on Zoom. Let us next have a look at all the possible solutions out there, with the help of which you should be able to solve the following 100035000 Zoom error, pretty much by yourself and in no time.
Fixes For Zoom error 100035000
Fix 1: Update your Zoom app
One of the major reasons why the following error may occur on your Zoom app, is when you have an outdated app.
Hence, if that is the case. Then, updating your Zoom app might be the best possible solution out there to solve the particular error and go back to attending Zoom meets as usual.
Now, depending on whether you are using the Zoom app on your PC or your handset device. You can follow either of the procedures as shown below.
Steps to Update Zoom app on PC
- Firstly, sign in into your Zoom account on your Zoom desktop client app.
- Then, go to and click on the Profile section on your Zoom Dashboard.
- From the drop down menu list, scroll down and click on the Check for Updates option.
In this way if any updates are available. Then, the app should get updated on its own once you click on the Check for updates option.
Steps To Update Zoom app on Android and iOS devices
To update the Zoom app on either an Android or iOS device. You can directly head to their respective app stores such as Google Play Store or Apple’s App Store and search for the Zoom app.
Click on the Zoom app to open the App page. And if any updates are available, you should be able to see the Update button turned green. Simply click on the Update button and let the app get updated.
And once the update has been successfully completed. Launch the app and check whether the error still persists.
Fix 2: Update your web browser
If you are using Zoom over a web browser and are currently seeing the following error message. Then, to fix that, you can try updating your particular web browser itself where you are logged into your Zoom account.
Now, depending on whichever browser you are using. The steps to updating them too might differ. Hence, it is advised that you search up for the steps to update your browser on your own, to avoid any kind of confusion.
- Steps to Update Google Chrome
- Steps to Update Mozilla Firefox
- Steps to Update Opera
- Steps to Update Microsoft Edge
- Steps to Update Safari
Fix 3: Check internet connectivity
There may be times when the particular error might be showing up as a result of a network issue or connectivity issue with your home or office network itself.
Hence, it is advised that you thoroughly check for any kind of network issues such as damaged wires, or a faulty router or a slow or unstable internet connection.
If you are doubtful about the speed of your internet connection. Then, you can check it by going to the following website here.
The speed and stability of your internet connection has a great role to play in the smooth streaming and working of your Zoom app. And so, if you feel the speed or the stability of your internet connection is not up to the mark. Then, you can take up the issue with your ISP provider and ask them to change your plan to one which is more stable or fast.
Fix 4: Disable Firewall or Antivirus service
Your firewall service or antivirus app may also be responsible for causing the following 100035000 Zoom error to occur.
In such cases, it is thus best that you try temporarily disabling such Firewall services or apps to see if they indeed are the reason behind the particular error to occur.
So, all you need to do here is go to your Firewall or Antivirus apps Settings option and disable it from there.
And since, we cannot cover the steps to disable such a service for all Antivirus or Firewall apps out there in a single article. It would be a good idea to search up for the steps to disabling your respective Antivirus or Firewall service on your own.
Even then, below I have listed links to guides on how to disable such a service for few of the most popular Antivirus app or Firewall services out there:
- Steps to disable Windows Firewall
- Steps to disable Norton
- Steps to disable Kaspersky
- Steps to disable Bitdefender
Fix 5: Uninstall and Reinstall the Zoom app
You can also try uninstalling the Zoom app completely off your device. And then, reinstall it back to see if doing so helps fix the issue.
This solution only works best, if the error was being caused as a result of some kind of corrupt program files or a glitch within the app itself which gets fixed or updated when the app itself gets uninstalled and reinstalled.
Fix 6: Contact Zoom Customer Support
If for some reason, none of the methods as mentioned above work for you. Then, as a last resort you can try directly contacting Zoom’s customer support and ask them for their assistance to help you solve the particular problem.
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