Unable to allocate Ram: insufficient system resources – Error 0x800705AA

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VM failed to start – Unable to allocate Ram: insufficient system resources – Error 0x800705AA.

I've tried couple of times starting 4VMs. As a matter of fact, I execute 5-7 VMs at the same. But as I reach to get started with the third VM to it results in the following error message.

Machine Name failed to start.

Unable to allocate xxx MB of Ram: insufficient system resources exist to complete the request service (0x800705AA).

VM failed to start - Unable to allocate Ram: insufficient system resources - Error 0x800705AA

Hyper-V Manager

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

BrickXA6S-01 failed to start.

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

(0x8007O5AA)

‘BrickXA65-O £ failed to start. (Virtual machine ID 665266847ADB-467C-848A-CFS39DFE88)

BrickXA65-O f is unable to allocate 768 MB of RAM: Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested

service. (Ox8007O5AA). (Virtual machine ID 66526684-7ADB-467C-848A-CF5390FE2D88)

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Unable to allocate Ram: insufficient system resources – Error 0x800705AA

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Well Mr. Belt,

The problem is not the multiple VMs, the problem is shortage of resource that allocated for the required program you want to start. Because all the resource is already allocated for previous VMs you started. The solution is to increase virtual memory of your system. Otherwise you can increase Kernel memory. Virtual memory is also denoted as paged pool memory. You can have a detail resolve guideline in storagecraft web site.

 

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