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System Requirments to Install Sandbox

  • #29797

    Hello Friends, I have Intel Core i3 2.40Ghz with 3GB RAM – can I install this on my machine ?

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  • #29955
    Cheryle Custer
    Moderator

    Hi,

    We recommend that you have at least 4Gb of RAM otherwise the performance may suffer. Try it and see if you are able to run.

    #29959
    tedr
    Moderator

    Hi Vitthal,

    Also please make sure that hardware virtualization is enabled in your bios settings before installing.

    thanks,
    Ted.

    #30068

    Hi,

    Perfect you to go ahead with a 4 GB else you might have tough time with the VM or virtualbox.

    Regards
    arun

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