Oracle Database installation stuck at ‘Starting Oracle Configuration Assistant’

  oracle, virtual-machine, windows

I am installing Oracle 19c (19.3) for Microsoft Windows x64 (64-bit) in VM. It is stuck at 44%. I checked the details and there is a warning message saying that there isn’t enough memory. Before the installation, I checked my VM memory and storage. There is more than enough memory and storage. Before installing, Oracle runs a check and there succeeded, no failed. Despite all that, the installation still stuck.

This is the warning message:

[WARNING] [DBT-11209] Current available memory is less than the required available memory (1,638MB) for creating the database.
CAUSE: Following nodes do not have required available memory :Node:ec2amaz-97eqf7fAvailable memory:1.4685GB (1539828.0KB)

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