I have VMware Workstation 14 installed in Ubuntu 16.04. I created a new Fedora virtual machine allotting 1 GB RAM. I have 2 GB free available RAM and 4 GB free swap memory, but when i power on machine then it shows me error.
Not enough physical memory is available to power on this virtual machine with its configured settings. It is possible that native applications and/or services have locked down memory which could be preventing the virtual machine from launching. Shutting down unnecessary applications or services may free enough memory to launch this virtual machine. If you were able to power on this virtual machine on this host computer in the past, try rebooting the host computer. Rebooting may allow you to use slightly more host memory to run virtual machines.
I tried windows 7 and other operating systems too by increasing or decreasing allocated RAM size, restarting the host machine but got same error. But when i install VMware Workstation 12 it works fine. I am facing problem with VMware Workstation 14.
Any solution ?