i’m currently trying to activate the TPM on my PC (WIN 11 compatible?).

System Info:

Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700 CPU @ 3.60GHz 3.60 GHz (processor is not listed on WIN 11 yet)

Installed RAM 16.0 GB

motherboard: Strix 250I Gaming from ASUS

Windows 10 Pro Edition

Version 21H1

Operating system build 19043.1081

Performance Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.3530.0

In my UEFI bios I found the following:

PCH-FW-Configuration

after that comes:

TPM Device Selection: here is: “Discrete TPM” set, you can switch to “Firmware TPM”

A warning message will then appear:

……The firmware TPM key is stored in the data area under Intel ME as soon as you enable Intel PTT and Windows Bitlocker for drive encryption…

If I lose this key, nothing will work anymore.

I just want to activate the TPM 2.0. I have no idea about Bitlocker.

Could someone please help me here?

Can I safely set the switch to “Firmware TPM” without the encryption being activated right away.

Could you switch back to “Discrete TPM” later?

Answer: TPM 2.0 Is WIN 11 suitable?

TPM Device Selection: here is: “Discrete TPM” set, you can switch to “Firmware TPM”

So is a TPM already active? Or is it currently set to “Disabled” or something similar?

A warning message will then appear:

……The firmware TPM key is stored in the data area under Intel ME as soon as you enable Intel PTT and Windows Bitlocker for drive encryption…

If I lose this key, nothing will work anymore.

Sure. But you don’t have to activate Bitlocker.

I just want to activate the TPM 2.0. I have no idea about Bitlocker.

Then just activate the TPM 2.0 and leave out Bitlocker.

Can I safely set the switch to “Firmware TPM” without the encryption being activated right away.

Sure, but this is probably not a TPM 2.0, but probably a TPM 1.2, which doesn’t help you either.

Could you switch back to “Discrete TPM” later?

As long as the system is not encrypted, you can change or switch off the TPM as you like.

This Computer Cannot Run Windows 11 SOLUTION

When you receive the error “this pc can’t run windows 11 This pc can’t run windows 11” I told you one by one how to do the solution by bypass for Windows 11 TPM 2.0 installation error resolution. to install windows 11 on older computers that are not supported, just follow these steps. I told you how to install windows11 on the old computer.

Shift+F10, let’s type regedit on the incoming screen and press enter. Let’s go to the following files step by step in order from the window that comes across
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Setup
When we get to the setup file, right-click and
Let’s say we create a new key and type LabConfig and press enter.
In the file we have created, we will enter the following values sequentially.
First, right-click and
Let’s say we create a new – DWORD (32-bit) and we’ll write a BypassRAMCheck.
Let’s say we create a new – DWORD (32-bit) and we’ll write a BypassSecureBootCheck.
Let’s say we create a new – DWORD (32-bit) and we’ll write a BypassTPMCheck.
Then we will add 1 value to these values
After doing all the operation, let’s turn off the screen and turn off the bios screen as well. You can continue the installation when we say Next.

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