You are trying to run Genymotion Desktop in a virtual machine (VirtualBox, VMWare, HyperV, etc.) or Docker
Please, refer to Can Genymotion Desktop run in a virtual machine?
You are trying to use Genymotion Desktop remotely (RDP, VNC, etc.)
Please, refer to Can I use Genymotion Desktop remotely?
You are trying to run Genymotion Desktop on a server
Please, refer to Can Genymotion Desktop run on a server?
Your firewall is restrictive
If you have a firewall, make sure that connections for local network 192.168.56.0/24 are allowed. For more information, see Genymotion Desktop and firewalls
You use a VPN or Global Protect
If you have a VPN, make sure that connections for local network 192.168.56.0/24 are not redirected. For more information, see Genymotion Desktop and VPN
You are using a laptop or notebook with a discrete and an integrated GPU (e.g. Intel/Nvidia or Intel/AMD)
Your GPU does not match Genymotion Desktop requirements
Please, refer to Genymotion Desktop hardware requirements
Genymotion Desktop has compatibility issues with Intel integrated GPUs on Windows. For more details, see The virtual device crashes, freezes or fails to boot on Windows
Your display drivers are not up-to-date
Upgrade your display drivers to their latest stable version.
You have an NVidia or AMD GPU
Please, refer to On Linux, the virtual device display is black/white/distorted