Okay, we get it. You want so much to install windows 11 in the absence of a TPM and you’re probably wondering if that’s possible. Or you know it’s possible but Don’t know how to go about it.
No more worries, we’ve got you covered. This article aims at showing you exactly how to get the Windows 11 without a TPM 2.0-enabled CPU. It’s actually quite simple but can be complicated if you don’t give the required attention.
You should know that; in installing this windows without TPM, even if it’s not officially supported, there is a workaround.
Of course yes! Windows 11 is official. The operating system was announced by MicrosoftMicrosoft at a dedicated event on June 24, with an awesome design overhaul & native support for Android apps in the most significant changes.
This October, the operating system arrives is widely expected to be released. This is before a free upgrade becomes available to devices which are compatible in early 2022.
It’s important to note that: the list of computers that will get Windows 11 is actually different to those running Windows 10 currently. Microsoft has updated the hardware requirements, so existing PC’s will have to meet a set of criteria which is completely new in order to be eligible.
Among these criterias is a CPU with support for a TPM 2.0 module. This takee out a lot of older hardware from the picture, as TPM 2.0 was released in October 2014.
How to get Windows 11 without TPM 2.0
First, you’re going to want ‘
‘setting up a lab-like environment’. Device manufacturers will be allowed by Microsoft to disable the TPM requirement on their version of Windows 11. In this case, you’ll be doing same.
You will have to Download the Windows 11 beta like anyone would on any device at all.
Go on to Restart & try to install it. If your Laptop/desktop doesn’t meet the hardware requirements, you’ll get a message from your PC saying ‘This PC can’t run Windows 11’
Right while on this screen, press Shift + F10 and the Command Prompt window opens up.
Type in ‘regedit’ & hit enter
The Windows Registry Editor will open up now. Go ahead and type ‘HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Setup’ In the address bar, then hit enter.
After this, you should be able to see a ‘Setup’ key. Right-click it and choose New > Key
You’ll now be asked to give it a name. Select ‘LabConfig’ then hit enter.
Now, Right-click the newly created key & choose New > DWORD (32-bit) value
Assign a name to it ‘BypassTPMCheck’ then set its data to 1
Same process for ‘BypassRAMCheck’ should be followed and ‘BypassSecureBootCheck’, with the same value of 1
Finally X this window with the red X in the top-right corner
X the Command Prompt window by simply typing ‘exit’ then hit enter.
Now, You’ll be back at the message which reads ‘This PC can’t run Windows 11’. Hit the back button in the top-left corner and You’ll be able to complete the installation as normal.