How to install Windows 11 on unsupported PC
Microsoft offered a solution
Microsoft has announced via its official website how to circumvent TPM 2.0 and processor restrictions when installing Windows 11 on an unsupported computer. Here’s what you need to do…
Microsoft recently released the highly anticipated new operating system. The software giant has now announced how to overcome TPM 2.0 and processor restrictions on computers that do not meet the system requirements of Windows 11 .
System requirements set for Windows 11 include TPM 2.0 module and compatible processor requirement. However , these can drastically reduce the number of computers on which the operating system can be installed . That’s why Microsoft showed on its official website how to circumvent said hardware restrictions .
No need to edit the Registry
Users whose computer does not meet the minimum system requirements can bypass TPM 2.0 and processor restrictions by adding the following to the Windows Registry . However, it should be reminded that Microsoft does not recommend this and users accept the possible risks by doing this.
- Bring Run to the screen using the Win + R shortcut
- Open Registry Editor by typing regedit and pressing Enter
- HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SYSTEM \ Setup \ mosetup section Go
- Here is allowupgradeswithunsupportedtpmorcp to create a DWORD value named parameter 1 structure
After following the steps above, you will be able to bypass TPM 2.0 and processor related restrictions. However, you will still need to have the TPM 1.2 module on your PC . Whether your computer meets the system requirementsPC Health Check You can learn through the app.