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Component Object Model (COM) Error – ERROR_VID_INVALID_NUMA_SETTINGS 0xC037000F

In this post, you’ll learn about the error “ERROR_VID_INVALID_NUMA_SETTINGS 0xC037000F” that is returned when working with COM based APIs or libraries in Windows.

COM Error Message


What is COM?

Microsoft’s COM stands for Component Object Model. Component Object Model (COM) is a networked, object-oriented framework for building interoperable binary software components.   Microsoft’s OLE (compound documents), ActiveX (Internet-enabled components), and other products are built on the COM base technology.

Error Description

Below is the description of this COM Error.

The non-uniform memory access (NUMA) node settings do not match the system NUMA topology. In order to start the virtual machine, you will need to modify the NUMA configuration.


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