Last Updated on November 11, 2022 by Humera hallari
Have you ever encountered an error with the message “This PC can’t run Windows 11” Here’s why: The PC must support TPM 2.0, The PC must support Secure Boot. With a problem like this you won’t be able to install Windows 11, but rest assured we can provide you with a solution to get through this problem so you’ll be able to upgrade your Windows OS to Windows 11.
As we know if Microsoft requires us to have a PC that has a minimum TPM of 2.0, then also a PC that supports with Secure Boot. This is of course troublesome, although our PC has a high spec but if it does not have these two items we can not enjoy Windows 11. To solve the problem then you can follow the following guidelines.
How to Fix TPM Error When Upgrade to Windows 11
1) To upgrade your Windows into Windows 11 and bypass TPM or Secure Boot you need to replace some files on your sources installation folder with the file which you can download in below this article.
2. But if you want to make clean install not upgrading, you can replace the files on your sources installation folder with this one, see tutorial here.
By replacing some of the files in the sources folder in your installation file with the files we provide you will be able to upgrade Windows 11 easily. You can even install Windows 11 using clean install (fresh install) but you must using method on number 2. You can download the file to solve TPM error method number 1 (Upgrade) by using the link below.
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