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HP Pavilion 690-0024 desktop
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi, just wanted to know if my desktop computer has TPM 2.0, it's the HP pavilion 690-0024

link to the pc specs: https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c06124756?jumpid=reg_r1002_usen_c-001_title_r0002 

In the BIOS it says TPM is available and enabled, but Windows doesn't seem to recognize it

thanks

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@Phoenix51291 

 

The specs of your machine is

 

              https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c06124756

 

It uses AMD Ryzen5-2400G (Raven Ridge) processor. Please use Device Manager, under Security Devices you should have a key (yellow) and AMD PSP security device.

 

I believe AMD device is similar to TPM, please read the following article

 

           https://www.notebookcheck.net/Windows-11-No-Trusted-Platform-Module-Many-AMD-and-Intel-processors-ca...

 

Regards.

BH
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Thanks for the response.

 

I read the article, and it sounds like I just need to enable PSP fTPM. I checked device manager, and it was like you said, under Security device it had AMD PSP listed with the yellow key, so I went into the BIOS and I couldn't seem to find any option to enable or disable the PSP fTPM. The only thing I could find was under Security > Security Devices > TPM which was already enabled.

 

Either way, I wasn't going to be able to update to win 11 through the official windows update, I would have to do the Registry edit to ignore CPU requirements, and install win 11 manually, but I read that even with editing the registry, it's no go if you don't have TPM. 

 

Is the PSP ftpm good enough that I can go ahead with the manual win 11 install?

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