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Shut down apps you’re not using: Zoom and any video application can be demanding on your computer and internet connection, so it’s worth shutting down apps you don’t need if you’re having problems. Mostly, you tend to blame the slow broadband speeds when you go through id experiences and miss the real culprit.
 
 

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The 6GHz spectrum is new enough that few consumers have access to it. It works like this: identify which channels aren’t congested and switch your device over to it.

 

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If the same behaviour occured with or without using VPN, then it was not my firewall. These are some of the things that I did to “isolate” the issue and figure out that I had a conflict between Zoom and my Router. You might have a different conflict.

For me, my sending audio worked just fine in Zoom via the web. And I stopped seeing the “internet unable” message. Of course, using the web version of Zoom limits your functionality so this is NOT a fix just a test to help isolate the problem.

Thus, Zoom web version works just fine and I did not have “unstable internet” issue. If my internet is good enough for Zoom web version than it is likely that my internet is just fine for my Zoom client.

So I stopped focusing on having a bandwidth issue and worrying about using wired versus wi-fi. Next, I reinstalled Zoom on my Windows machine. My sending audio immediately stopped working. Whether I used my VPN or not, my sending audio would not work. Whether I used my VPN or not, my sending audio always worked. This is when I started checking for all of the “audio voice optimization” options that my Router supported and started turning them off one by one.

Your Router may have other options than what mine had. Thanks for your detailed thoughts on this and the many solutions you tried. I have also tried with my company VPN on and I still had the problem. Since I can have both routers going at the same time, I think to save myself some headache I’ll just use both routers and stop trying to troubleshoot my Netgear router. It’s not a great solution, but I can at least move on with my life now!

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Labels: Troubleshooting. Me too. Accepted Solutions. Re: Unstable Internet on Zoom calls. Message 4 of 7. All Replies. Message 2 of 7. Message 3 of 7. Message 5 of 7. My steps: 1. Uninstall Zoom client and use the Zoom web version to attend a call. Check the audio source in Zoom: If you’re in a call and no one can hear you, you can click on the up arrow to expand the audio button in the Zoom app.

You’ll then see the options available on your computer so you can use the correct microphone. Check the audio settings in Zoom: Similar to above, if you’re not in a meeting you can open Zoom, open the settings and head to “audio”.

Here you’ll have the option to set your preferences as well as test the microphone and speaker on your PC to see if it’s working. If your mic is too quiet, you can turn up the levels here. My Mac can’t access the mic: Sometimes your Mac might say it can’t access the microphone and ask you to restart. This might then ask for admin permission. Entering your details can then correct the mic fault without having to restart. Ensure your PC audio settings are correct: If you’ve not been able to fix the problem through Zoom itself, then check your settings or preferences on your computer.

Above everything else, check they actually work to help isolate the problem. Background noise is disrupting the call: If there’s too much noise around you – people in the house, traffic noise, animals, aircraft, then consider using a noise cancelation app like Krisp. This can cut the background noise so you come across sounding clearer.

It can also cut background noise from others on the call, so you don’t hear their noise either. Zoom has its own background noise filter too, which you can find in settings. Otherwise the only sound people will get is that coming through your mic.

This option is in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen share options. There are echos or feedback on the audio: This usually happens when a mic detects audio coming from the speakers. It might be that the microphone is too close to the speakers, it might be that someone is using a phone and computer or that multiple computers are too close together. Muting the mic can resolve the problem or identify which participant s are causing the problems.

No one can see me: If you can’t be seen – and can’t see yourself – start by checking you’ve started video on the call. Press the button in the bottom left-hand corner to make sure you’ve joined video on the call.

Most calls start with video off. Check the camera you’re using: Just as with audio, Zoom will let you choose which camera to use.

Tap the arrow next to the video button and a list of available cameras will pop-up. Check you’re not using a camera that’s covered or on a closed docked laptop, for example.

It’s also here that you’d be able to find virtual cameras, if you wanted to turn yourself into a cat. Confirm the video settings in Zoom: If you’ve tried both the above with no success, open the settings in the Zoom app and examine the “video” options. You’ll be able to see a preview from your webcam and select the webcams available. If you can’t see a webcam preview, you’ll have to check your computer settings and check your webcam is properly installed. My video is blocky and keeps freezing: Many quality issues in video are because of data.

That might be because you don’t have strong Wi-Fi, or there’s someone else using bandwidth on your connection streaming in 4K or downloading large files, for example. Try to limit other demanding services and ensure you have a good Wi-Fi signal, or a wired connection.

 
 

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