Failure of Hyper-v R2 VM

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Hi,

I have been running a lot of VM types on Windows 2008 R2 server itself with the help of Hyper-V role which I made installation since 2010 of November and also even I updated the server to Service Pack1 to keep the server updated. I didn’t install any antivirus and processor is on type Intel Core i7 with RAM of 6GB and I have tried to start it as 4 VMs for the 3rd VM I have got the following error as shown in the image and please help me to solve the problem as soon as possible.

Thank You.

An error occurred while attempting to start the selected virtual machine

Error:

An error occurred while attempting to start the selected virtual machine(s).

BrickXA65-01'faild to start.

Unable to allocate 768 MB of RAM: Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service. (0x800705AA) 

BrickXA65-01'faild to start. (Virtual machine ID 66526684-7ADB-467c-B48A-CF539DFE2D88) 

BrickXA65-01'is Unable to allocate 768 MB of RAM:Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service.(0x800705AA)..(Virtual machine ID 66526684-7ADB-467c-B48A-CF539DFE2D88) BrickXA65-01'is Unable to allocate 768 MB of RAM:Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service.(0x800705AA)

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Failure of Hyper-v R2 VM

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Ok, In Windows Server 2008 R2, when you set up a Hyper-V cluster. You must enable Cluster Shared Volume to have high availability of virtual machines, as follows:

1- First the cluster members must be connected to the SAN using FC or ISCSI or…

2- When all the LUNs (volumes of SAN) are presented to the members and you can see them on the Storage manager (each desired LUN must be presented for all members), from one server, initialize the disk and format it using NTFS.

3- After that, go the Failover Cluster console, Storage. Select Add Storage and choose the disk that you prepared (Now the disk is added to the available storage)

4- If you have not yet enabled Cluster Shared Volumes, right click the Cluster Name and click "Enable Cluster Shared Volumes"

5- Now, go to the Cluster Shared Volume Panel, and click Add. Choose the add the desired disk

6- This disk (LUN) will be mounted under a folder in the C:ClusterStorageVolume1 (for the first added disk, volume2 for the second and…)

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