Unable to Start Hyper-V VM Error 0x800705AA

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I am having some issues trying to use my Hyper-V virtual machines. When I try to start them, the following error alert pops out:

Machine_name failed to start

Machine_name failed to start
Unable to allocate N of RAM: insufficient system resources to complete the request service (0x800705AA)

Does it mean that I have insufficient RAM? My machine has 4 GB. Do I need to add more? Please help me fix this.

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Unable to Start Hyper-V VM Error 0x800705AA

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Hi Grant,

When you run Hyper-V Server through a RDP and forgot to logout into session for RDP to the management server Operating System of Hyper-V, It consumes an increase then a large amount of RAM is used. You can also resolve this issue by disabling a .exe file in your system. If GooglecrashHandler.exe is active on your system, just disable this Google background program.

 

Hope this information will resolve your problem.

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Unable to Start Hyper-V VM Error 0x800705AA

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The cause of this error is if there is not enough free memory on the Hyper-V host to support the minimum memory requirements configured for the VDI.

As a solution, you need to add more memory to the Hyper-V host. To do this, you need to edit the VDI properties in the vWorkspace management console. This will lower the minimum memory requirements of the VDI, which will enable to start the Hyper-V host.

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