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    VMWare View and Windows Live Movie Maker 2011

    I'm installing Windows Live Movie Maker 2011 on Windows 7 VM for use with VM-View clients. The install proceeds as normal, but when you try to launch the program, you get a message that says that Movie Maker can't start. I can't figure it out. movie maker issue.png

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    I would try the following

    1. Check the settings on the Base VM.

    Windows Live Movie Maker requires
    • Memory: 1 GB of RAM (2 GB of RAM or higher is recommended when editing high-definition [HD] video)
    • Processor: 2.4 GHz (single processor) or higher (a dual-core processor or higher is recommended when editing HD video)

    2. Add more video ram to the Base VM.

    3. Edit the pool and increase the Max number of monitors allow. This helps with video issues, even if you are only using one monitor.



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