Hyper-V Manager; error while attempting to start virtual machine

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To the best of the best, I have installed Hyper-V on a Windows 2008 R2 server. I have updated the server to Service pack1 and keeping it up to date. I tried to start the virtual machine but this error shows up. What do I do?

Hyper-V Manager An error occurred while attempting to start the selected virtual machine(s)

Hyper-V Manager

An error occurred while attempting to start the

selected virtual machine(s).

‘BrickXA65-01’ failed to start.

Unable to allocate 768 MB of RAM: Insufficient system

resources exist to complete the requested service.

(0x800705AA)

‘BrickXA65-01’ failed 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)

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Answered By 0 points N/A #160550

Hyper-V Manager; error while attempting to start virtual machine

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Hello Christy,

To resolve this issue you will have to get rid of physical CD/DVD Drive from an existing Guest Machine by changing the DVD setting to None or point to an ISO file using the following steps:

  • First, find another Guest machine that is configured to use the Physical CD/DVD.
  • And then from the Hyper – V manager, choose settings, and then click on the DVD drive option under Hardware.
  • After that go to the right hand pane, and then under the Media option choose either NONE or to an Image File as per user needs.

Regards,

Nicke

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Answered By 15 points N/A #160551

Hyper-V Manager; error while attempting to start virtual machine

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This issue is more likely caused by a Google application called "GoogleCrashHandler.exe". To solve this issue, do the following steps:
 
1. Open the Task Manager.
2. Look for the two processes called GoogleCrashHandler. Right-click the processes and click End Process.
 
 
3. Check also if it exists on your machine's Task Scheduler. If found, remove all its entries.
4. Go to D:Program Files (x86)GoogleUpdate and delete this directory.
5. GO to Registry Editor then delete the following registry keys:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SYSTEM CurrentControlSet services gupdate
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SYSTEM CurrentControlSet services gupdatem
 
Restart the virtual machine and the error should be fixed.
Answered By 562010 points N/A #301613

Hyper-V Manager; error while attempting to start virtual machine

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The problem there is clear. Your machine doesn’t have enough resources to be allocated to the virtual machine. A virtual machine is designed to run another operating system, a guest operating system, within an actual operating system which is the host operating system. The guest operating system runs on a window just like an ordinary application.

Since another operating system is running on the virtual machine, you should understand that your computer’s processor and RAM will be divided between the host and the guest operating systems. This means your computer’s resources should be enough to run two operating systems simultaneously.

If you verify that your computer’s physical RAM is enough to run two operating systems, you probably need to adjust the memory allocated for the virtual machine. If the problem continues, you need to add more RAM to your computer to allow the virtual machine to work.

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