Windows 11 TPM 2.0

Hi all

 

We all know that Windows 11 is out and to be able to download it from Microsoft and not the leaked version is only if your system have TPM 2.0.

 

The latest Bios from May 2021 only have TPM 1.2.

 

I watched a YouTube video someone with ASUS motherboard and Intel I7 say the the Intel CPU’s should have TPM 2.0 in them and that is possible to enable them in Bios Advance somewhere.

He also mention that some motherboard have TPM header and it possible to install TPM 2.0 cheap.

 

https://youtu.be/hnqqeRxJipw

 

do anybody knows how to do it in HPZ440/640/840 Bios?

Do anybody know if HP workstations have TPM header?

 

Do anybody know if it’s possible to install TPM cheap in HP workstation Motherboards to be able to download genius copy of Windows 11?

 

does any body out ther have an and Ideas and would like to share please will be much appreciated.

 

regards 

 

OB

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  • How to #Bypass #Windows11 #unsupported #TPM or #CPU the #Official #Microsoft #Way

     

    Knowing that some users will want to install Windows 11 on systems that don't meet all of its hardware requirements, Microsoft has provided a registry hack that loosens them up somewhat. Using this hack, you can install on a system that has at least TPM 1.2 and has an unsupported CPU. That said, we recommend the scripts above because they don't require you to have TPM of any kind.

    1. Open Regedit. 

    2. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Setup\MoSetup.

    3. Create a DWORD (32-bit) Value called AllowUpgradesWithUnsupportedTPMOrCPU if it doesn't already exist.

    4. Set AllowUpgradesWithUnsupportedTPMOrCPU to 1.

    5. Close regedit and restart your PC. You should now be able to upgrade to Windows 11 from within Windows 10 by using installation media (provided you created it).

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  • October 12, 2021: A big update! Please note that you no longer need to replace the appraiserres.dll file in order to bypass the TPM check and fix the installation error when installing Windows 11. You can simply delete the appraiserres.dll file and then run the setup file.

    https://nerdschalk.com/how-to-replace-appraiserres-dll-in-windows-11-setup/

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