How to fix Zoom Error Code 105035?

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Zoom Error Code 105035

There is just no doubt that face timing and online video meetings have become the new normal, ever since the pandemic first hit us in the year 2020. For which, video conferencing softwares saw a huge frenzy as a result. And one such software which made headlines and made life easier for us all, would be the Zoom video conferencing software.

Coming with a cool and easy to use interface, as well as rich features, Zoom more or less had it all. But, then just like any small and big softwares out there, Zoom too had its own very dilemmas. And since, you are already here reading the following article on, “How to fix Zoom Error Code 105035?”. I am guessing that you must have already come across such a dilemma. 

However, no worries there, as the following article you are reading has got you covered there. Here, we shall discuss it all. From the source of the problem to different ways to fix the Error Code 105035, we will cover it all. 

And thus, without any further ado. Let us head straight away with the business at hand today.

What causes the Error Code 105035 in Zoom?

The following Error Code 105035 usually occurs in Zoom, when you try to share your screen with others. And once the error occurs, the only thing which the other participants can see on their respective screens would be a blank screen.  

There may also be instances when along with a blank screen, your audio too might get muted or out of sync all together. 

Hence, in most cases it may be assumed that the error may caused due to the following reasons:

  • Outdated Graphics Driver
  • Relay Problem
  • Misconfigured App Settings
  • Connectivity Issues
  • Outdated Network Drivers

How to fix the Zoom Error Code 105035?

Now that you have seen what are some of the causes responsible for such an error to occur. I believe now it will become much easier to deal with the issue more efficiently and effectively, henceforth. 

Fix 1: Try Reconfiguring your Zoom Account Settings

For the very first step, you can try reconfiguring your Zoom settings to one which suits your particular system. 

So, to reconfigure your Zoom Settings. You can follow the steps as shown below:

  • Firstly, if your Zoom app is on. Then you will first need to close the app completely.
  • Next, you will need to again launch the app as Administrator by choosing the Run as Administrator option by right-clicking on the app.
  • Once the app opens up. Go to the Settings option, by clicking on the gear icon in the top right corner of the screen. 
  • Then, on the next screen. Head to the left pane and click on the Screen Share tab option and check mark the options to enable remote control for all applications. 
  • Next, click on the Advanced option and from the Advanced Settings page check mark the option for Limit your screen share to (_) frames per second option. Additionally, you will need to input a value here, which is less than 10 from dropdown list options. 
  • After all that is done. Exit from the app and launch it once again to see whether the error still persists when trying to share your screen.

Fix 2: Try Updating your Display Driver

You can also try updating your graphics driver to see if that helps resolve the issue. This solution has been said to have worked for many users out there who have suffered from a similar problem. Hence, it is best that you try updating your graphics driver from time to time, to not only fix the current issue. But, also similar issues in the future as well. 

Below, you will see the steps to update your graphics driver.

  • For the very first step, you will need to go to device manager, by searching for it in the Window Search Box.
  • Next, from the list of devices listed, click on and expand the Display adapters option and right click on the Graphics Drivers.
  • Then, from the list of options in the drop down menu, click and select the Update Driver option and let your driver be updated.
  • Once the update was successfully completed. Restart your device and see if the error has been resolved.

Fix 3: Try Updating your Network Driver

Similar to what was the case for Display Drivers. Even in the case of Network Drivers, you can try updating them to fix any such issues arising due to outdated Network drivers. 

To update your Network Drivers, you can follow the steps as shown below.

  • Here, too you will need to first launch and go to the Device Manager app as shown in the above method. 
  • Next, from the list of devices available. Click on and expand the Network Adapters option.
  • Then, from the list of available device drivers. Right Click on each one of them and click on the Update Driver option to update all the drivers. 
  • Once, all the required network drivers have been updated. Next, Restart your device and launch the Zoom app to see if the issue has been resolved.

Fix 4: Try Power Cycling or Resetting your Network Hardware

Resetting your modems or router devices can also seem to do the trick at times, when dealing with such an issue on your Zoom app. 

To reset your network devices, the simplest method would be to locate the reset button placed at the back of your device and hold it for more than 30 seconds to reset the particular device. 

If for some reason, there is no reset button. Then, you will need to see if the device has a reset hole. In such cases, you will need to make use of a pointed object such as the end of a paper clip or so, and insert it into the hole. Keep it inserted for around 30 seconds until your device has been resetted. 

This way you should be able to reset your network hardware devices on your own and reset them to their initial settings.

Fix 5: Try Enabling App Permission 

At times, the issue may just arise due to security reasons because of which your Windows OS may disable an app to use your PC’s mic or camera on its own. 

If that is the case. Then, enabling app permission should help fix the issue.

To enable app permission for the Zoom app. You can follow the steps as shown below.

  • Go to your Windows Settings, by pressing on the Hotkeys Win + I
  • Then, click on the Privacy option as shown in the image below.
  • Inside the Privacy Settings option. Go to and click on the Camera option under the App Permissions section.
  • Lastly, scroll down and enable the access permission for the Zoom app if disabled. 
  • Do this, for the Microphone option as well. Restart the device and launch the app to see if the error still persists after enabling access.

Fix 6: Uninstall and Reinstall the Zoom App

If none of the above fixes work for you. Then, you can also try uninstalling and reinstalling the Zoom app on your particular device to see if that helps resolve the issue.


Hence, in this way by following the steps for Reconfiguring the app, Updating Drivers, Resetting Network Hardware, Enabling App permission and Reinstalling the app. You should be able to fix the Zoom Error Code 105035, pretty much on your own and in no time. 

However, for some very reason, even after having tried out all the methods above. You are still unable to fix the Error Code 105035 on your Zoom platform. Then, it would be best to seek professional help and assistance from their official HelpDesk and get it sorted. 

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