If you see the same error message above which shows Nox App Player has stopped working, don’t panic. Here’s the guide for you to resolve it. Read on to learn how to fix Nox App Player not working issue.
To troubleshoot Nox App Player not working issue, you can try to change the virtual memory paging file size, which is managed by Windows and would change automatically. Follow the instruction below to achieve it.
How to change the virtual memory paging file size?
Take the following steps, and you can change the virtual memory paging file size successfully.
Step 1. Right click the This PC icon on your desktop and then select Properties.
Step 2. Select Advanced system settings in the left.
Step 3. Go to the Advanced tab and click on the Settings… under Performance.
Step 4. Keep going to the Advanced tab and click on the Change… button.
Step 5. Uncheck “Automatically manage paging file size for all drivers”.
Step 6. Check Custom size below and set your own virtual machine size. It is recommended to set your physical memory x 1.5. For example, if your computer’s memory is 2 GB, you can set the virtual memory between 2048 MB to 4096 MB.
Step 7. Click on the Set button and then click on the OK button.
Step 8. Reboot your computer to let the change take effect.
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After restart the computer, launch the Nox App Player again to see whether the Nox App Player not working issue has been resolved. If no, leave comments to let us know. More solutions to other computer issues like blue screen, black screen, reboot loop, no WiFi and no Internet can be accessed here.