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Jeroen
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Dear Community,

I am trying to use the DAVE IDE on my MacBook Pro running macOS Monterey (version 12.4) which has the Apple M1 Pro chip. To use DAVE, I installed Windows 11 on my Mac using Parallels. However, when I try to run DAVE from within Parallels, it crashes on startup or just after startup. My colleague who has a setup which is identical to mine is experiencing the same problem.

Is there a way to run DAVE IDE on my MacBook?

Thank you!

Jeroen

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Vasanth
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Hi Jeroen,

The Dave IDE expects 4GB RAM(recommended) on the system. Could you try increasing the RAM on your virtual machine and try if the behavior is different.

Best Regards,

Vasanth

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Vasanth
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Hi Jeroen,

Unfortunately Dave IDE is expected to work with Windows OS. ModusToolbox support for XMC is coming up, and that have MaC OS compatiability.

Best Regards,
Vasanth

Jeroen
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Hi Vasanth,

I am running Windows 11 on my Mac using Parallels (virtualisation). However, Dave IDE still crashes within the virtual machine.

Best regards,

Jeroen

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Vasanth
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Hi Jeroen,

The Dave IDE expects 4GB RAM(recommended) on the system. Could you try increasing the RAM on your virtual machine and try if the behavior is different.

Best Regards,

Vasanth

Jeroen
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Hi Vasanth,

Thank you very much! Increasing the RAM on my virtual machine has solved the problem! Additional note: I increased the RAM to 8 GB. The virtual machine automatically allocated "4 CPUs, 6 GB RAM (up to 3 GB for graphics)", which was not sufficient.

Best regards,

Jeroen

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