Recently, my Windows 10 computer has been experiencing difficulty with Zoom meetings, both as a host and a guest. Whenever I attempt to initiate or join a meeting, an error message pops up, stating “The meeting has an unexpected error. Error code 1132”.

It appears that I am not the only person experiencing this issue, as there is a Reddit thread discussing the same problem, titled Zoom error code 1132. While I can still access Zoom on other devices in my home, such as Macs and iPhones, one individual on the Reddit thread mentioned that resetting their laptop to factory settings resolved the problem, but that is not a viable option for me.

I have searched for information on Zoom’s website about the meaning of error code 1132, but have been unable to locate any relevant documentation. If it is a Windows error code, it seems to indicate:

1132 (0x46C)
The base address or the file offset specified does not have the proper alignment.

Any ideas how I can fix this?

Askify Moderator Edited question April 23, 2023