I have VMware +BT4 up and running fine on my windows 7 laptop.. so I pretty familiar with it. But I have an issue
I successfully installed VMware on my Windows XP desktop, and Im trying to run BT4, but it says there is not enough physical memory, so BT4 will not open
Is there anything I can do about this? Allocate memory somehow?
I don't know what to do please help
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Are you using VM player or VM Workstation? I can't tell from reading through this thread. I have experience with both. If you are using VM player and not full VM Workstation I don't think you can re-allocate memory once the virtual machine is built.
If you are using VM Workstation you can easily adjust the memory allocated to the virtual machine, and it only takes seconds to do.
So, to reallocate more memory you either need Workstation OR you will have to rebuild your virtual machine and this time select a higher memory during the process.
By the way, you mentioned an XP machine (maybe much older). How much RAM does that machine have? If its really old and only has 128 meg or something in that generation, you are out of luck. Let us know but make sure to check before you waste a bunch of time.