In the middle of a Zoom call, you may be bothered when you see the error message “low system resources.” When this happens, it can affect the quality of your audio.
There are different reasons why you see the low system resources error during Zoom meetings. It may be due to corrupted system files or an error from a recent update.
Whatever the cause may be, there are methods to help you can fix the error on a Windows 10 computer.
How to Fix “Low System Resources” Error while using Zoom
Here are some quick solutions you can try to get rid of this Zoom error on Windows 10 PC and start your video conference call with a good and clear audio again.
Solution #1 – Update Your Display Drivers
- Search for the Device Manager on your computer.
- Look for the Display Adapters list and click the drop-down arrow.
- Right-click on your graphics driver.
- Click Update Driver.
- After the update, restart your computer and launch Zoom.
Solution #2 – Perform the SFC and DISM Scans
- Open the Run dialog box and type cmd.
- Right-click on the Command Prompt and click Run as administrator.
- Type sfc /scannow and press Enter.
- Once the scan is finished, restart your computer.
- Launch the Command Prompt again and Run as administrator.
- Type DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth and press Enter.
- Restart your computer when the scan is done and launch Zoom.
Solution #3 – Disable the Background Processes
To disable the background processes that are running on your computer, you need to do a clean boot.
- Click Start.
- Search for msconfig.
- Once in the System Configuration, go to the General tab.
- Select Selective Startup.
- Look for the Load startup items checkbox and uncheck the option.
- Now, navigate to the Services tab.
- At the bottom, check the Hide all Microsoft services option.
- Click Disable All.
- Next, go to the Startup tab.
- Click Open Task Manager.
- Select the startup programs that you want to disable. You may also choose to disable all.
- Click Disable.
- On the System Configuration windows, click Apply.
- Click OK and restart your computer.
Solution #4 – Mute Other Participants’ Audio
If there are many participants in the Zoom video meeting, it may be using a lot of bandwidth, which results to low system resources error. You can mute the audio and even the video of other participants and turn them on only when necessary.
Which of the solutions above helped you fix the error? Let us know in the comments below.