Following the presentation of Windows 11, the hardware requirements for future installation of the operating system widened some eyes. With preview (Windows 11 Insider Preview), Microsoft did not pay much attention to them, but they should come back as a boomerang with the final version and general availability.
For an installation, the key question is whether to exclude Intel Core and AMD processors prior to the 8th generation (Coffee Lake) and 2nd generation Raison (Raison 2000), as well as the DPM secure operating system module in version 2.0.
According to the test phase results with the preview, Microsoft seems to want to drop the position Get down to a generation of Intel and AMD processors. For DPM 2.0, which allows encryption functions, for key security, the status appears to be highly intrusive.
You can check the presence of the chip or firmware with the command tpm.msc. If necessary, it is necessary to go to the page of the BIOS UEFI menu to enable security settings.
A tip for recovery
Windows is the latest Reports a method to bypass TPM 2.0 prerequisite (and secure boot) with changes to the registry during the installation of a new operating system.
On the screen, use the keyboard shortcut SHIFT + F10 to open the command line window to indicate that the PC has refused to run Windows 11. regedit.exe Start Registration Editor. A new key Lapconfic Should be created under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SYSTEM Setup.
For the new key, you will need 32 32 bit DWORD inputs to name BypassTPMCheck And BypassSecureBootCheck Each has a value of 00000001. A hack (among other things), which is not always very pleasant or promises to damage the registry.