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I'm running Windows Server 2012 Date Center edition to host some hyper-V machines. After I restart my physical server and start virtual machine, I see the error

[Window Title] Hyper-V Manager

[Main Instruction] An error occurred while attempting to start the selected virtual machine(s).

[Content] 'Dev2_24' failed to start.

Could not initialize memory: The operation is not allowed in the current state. (0xC0350008).

[Expanded Information] 'Dev2_24' failed to start. (Virtual machine ID A1FEF9C4-1295-4B4C-A032-401CFEB57F39)

'Dev2_24' could not initialize memory: The operation is not allowed in the current state. (0xC0350008). (Virtual machine ID A1FEF9C4-1295-4B4C-A032-401CFEB57F39)

Please help me with this, I cannot start any of my machines.

Many thanks,


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Did it work before? When did this start to happen? – gronostaj Jun 21 '13 at 6:28
Yes it work perfectly before with 5 virtual machines. When my physical server loss power and force shutdown, the problem comes. – Zappa Jun 21 '13 at 6:52

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