He explained in a tutorial how Microsoft implements itUpdate And Windows 10A Windows 11 In non-existent settings RPM 2.0, But only TPM 1.2. Clearly, Redmond continues to recommend installing the new operating system only on computers that meet the recommended requirements. However, at the same time, it provided information to install almost everywhere.
To use the following method, you must first verify that you have TPM enabled in the BIOS. To verify, you need to enter the BIOS and search for it (follow the instructions provided by the hardware manufacturer or assembler). Of course there is no need to mention it because we are going to modify System logsThe following actions are best done only if users know what they are going to do and how to revert their actions if errors occur. Having said that, let’s move on.
- Press the Win + R key combination and type regedit;
- Once the system logs in, go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SYSTEM Setup MoSetup;
- Right-click and select “New”, then REG_DWORD (32-bit);
- Name it AllowUpgradesWithUnsupportedTPMOrCPU;
- Change its value to 1.
Even if you do not have DPM 2.0 you can now get the update for Windows 11. Alternative should always be used ISO, Provided by Microsoft.
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