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VMWare, Error on power up of VM

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When I try to power up my VM, I get the following error
Invalid memory setting;  memory reservation should be equal to memsize

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I see my mem size in Edit Settings->Memory.  It is set to 4 GB

In what path can I see my memory reservation ?    

How can I fix this ?

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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 250 total points
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Right Click the VM - Edit Settings - Resources Tab - Memory

Memory Resources
also see here in the VMware Knowledgebase
Invalid memory setting for FPT: memory reservation
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Yes you need to set your reservation to zero or something less <= 4gb.
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