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And after that, I didn’t bother to open Kaspersky as I was under the impression that it would automatically download the database and requires no manual intervention but I was wrong.

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(courtesy of Grinler at Bleeping Computer.com)There are 3 different versions.

If one of them won't run then try to run the other one. as a black window should open, then close after finding all the background programs.

Workaround: From the meeting, click Join Audio turn the output volume all the way down. Problem: Users have reported that Zoom and the Mac OS system audio do not recognize the external USB speaker or Microphone intermittently with Mac OS 10.11.x. Workaround: Upgrade to Mac OS , downgrade to Mac OS 10.10, or remove any USB hub/USB extension.

Users have reported audio issues with Yosemite 10.10.

When users are in a Zoom Room and connect from a USB based audio device (i.e.

Jabra 810, Revolabs UC series) their audio may lead to a little more frequent occurrences of echo that is more apparent in larger rooms. Problem: When users screen share into a Zoom Room with 'share computer audio' selected, audio will play through the Zoom Room audio device as well as the computer's audio that you're sharing content from.Before you start troubleshooting, make sure that your system date and time is correct as Kaspersky depends on your system date and time to download virus database. With default settings, Kaspersky products regularly connect to the server and download available updates automatically.But if you have changed this default setting, you need to set back it to download updates automatically by following given below instructions: Step 1: Launch Kaspersky.Please see Apple Mac OS has fixed an audio distortion issue with Mac OS 10.9.2.This issue may cause echo and audio feedback during a Zoom meeting.Up until a couple of weeks ago, I was using Kaspersky Internet Security on two of my desktop computers only without a single issue, and about ten days ago, I uninstalled the Norton Antivirus from my HP notebook and installed Kaspersky Internet Security as I had a spare license key with me.