michaln wrote:bird2010 wrote:Instead of being mean, why don't you give us the SOLUTION to this problem? I have tried everything suggested and I still can't get it to work. Instead of reading mean posts, I would rather read posts with SOLUTIONS. Thanks.
Well, the solution is right there in Perryg's reply (second post in the thread). Get hardware virtualization working. Without that, 64-bit guest's aren't going to run. If you have a system which doesn't support hardware virtualization or hardware virtualization can't be enabled for whatever reason, 64-bit guest's aren't going to run.
In my opinion, giving completely misleading answers is worse than giving no answers. If that makes me an ass, I can live with that.
gbw wrote:Will do. For other people that may come across this post... I actually just downloaded the "Database App Development VM" from: Oracle's Pre-Built Developer VMs (for Oracle VM VirtualBox) and upped the RAM from the default of 1GB to 4GB. My machine has 8GB installed, but reports 7.89GB available. So it will throw the error if I set the RAM to 4096MB, but runs perfectly fine if I go down to 3584MB.
Exact error message:
gbw wrote:Whether intended or not, mpack's statement of "The error has nothing to do with the amount of memory allocated to the VM." is incorrect.
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