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Zoom allows you to video chat with your family and friends or with your work colleagues. Zoom also allows you to make video calls, chat with other users, and even use text messaging and voice messaging features.
On this page, you will find more information about the most common causes and most relevant solutions for the Zoom error '7 - MEETING_ERROR_SESSION_ERROR'. Do you need help straight away? Visit our support page.
The Zoom Video Communications documentation indicates that error code '7 - MEETING_ERROR_SESSION_ERROR' is caused by the following problem: "Session error".
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If you start to experience some errors while using Zoom, you could have error code 7 meeting error session error on your screen. This is due to a device problem or a connection issue. Sometimes, common problems with your device or the server that hosts Zoom can cause you to experience this error.
If you get this error, you may need to try some of the following solutions.
Error code 7 means that you are trying to join a non-existent meeting. So, please contact the meeting organizer for a new meeting link. You might also need to uninstall Zoom completely and reinstall the latest version of Zoom.
In addition, it might help to temporarily disable your anti-virus protection. This may vary if you are using a third-party anti-virus program. Windows Security is the anti-virus that comes with Windows as standard.
Once you have done that, try to access your last session using the same device. You should automatically start to get some protection again after a while, but it's better to double-check.
Make sure that you have enough free space on your hard drive. Open Explorer and navigate to the computer where Zoom is installed. Check to see how much space you still have on the drive where you are installing Zoom. If your computer is in the red zone, and there are only a few megabytes left, it's probably time to clean up your system.
Lastly, try calling the company's customer service number to try and resolve this error. Try contacting them by calling their customer service phone number or visiting their website. When you contact customer support, they will ask you to send them the error message that appears on your screen. They will tell you what to do to fix your problem. You should get a detailed response from them explaining what to do to fix the issue. They might even suggest you another way to get your problem solved.