At times, when you're launching SEO PowerSuite apps, Java may throw a 'Could not create Java Virtual Machine' error, and the apps won't start.
This indicates that, for some reason, Java could not locate enough memory to start the apps (even though there's plenty of RAM). Below are the possible reasons and the steps to fix those.
Too many Java-based resource-demanding apps may be running on your PC at the moment. Please try checking your Task Manager and end/force-quit all the unnecessary apps/Java processes completely. Then try starting the SEO PowerSuite apps anew.
The app may not be able to start due to Java being too old - try reinstalling Java Runtime Environment completely.
If you're running a 64-bit system, make sure you install the 64-bit version of JRE respectively.
You've followed the guide on allocating more memory to SEO PowerSuite but may have not replaced 32-bit Java with 64-bit Java. The 32-bit Java version doesn't do the trick and doesn't support allocating more memory. If the bitness is not indicated next to Java in Programs and Features, it's 32-bit:
What you need to do is uninstall the 32-bit version and install the 64-bit version specifically:
And then restart the apps completely.