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Last Post 21 Jan 2022 09:23 PM by  Mawadda Abuhamda
Installing Windows 11 on an unsupported PC
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21 Jan 2022 09:23 PM
    You can install Microsoft’s PC Health Check app to check whether or not your PC supports Windows 11. If it doesn’t, you might still be able to update to Windows 11.
    Windows 11 requires TPM 2.0 to be enabled. You can check if your PC has it by going to UEFI firmware settings and searching for “TPM,” “Intel PTT,” or “Security Device.” If you can’t find it, look up your computer’s model and enabling TPM.
    Installing a UEFI update can also enable TPM or add support for it.
    If your device only supports TPM 1.2 or has an unsupported CPU you can make changes in Windows Registry to solve the problem. You can do this by opening registry editor and going to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Setup\MoSetup. Then right-click on the right side of the screen and choose New > DWORD (32-bit) Value. Then type AllowUpgradesWithUnsupportedTPMOrCPU. Then double-click it and set the value to 1. Then restart your computer.
    Windows 11 also requires Secures Boot. You might be able to enable it in UEFI firmware settings also.
    You also need to be using UEFI instead of bios to update to Windows 11. There are multiple ways you can switch from MBR partitioning to a GPT partition table. You can use Microsoft’s MBR2GPT tool to switch to UEFI. If that doesn’t work, reinstalling Windows might fix the problem.


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