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EliteDesktop 800 G1 - Error message on booting

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EliteDesktop 800 G1

On my EliteDesktop 800 G1 I have recently installed openSUSE Leap 15.2 "parallel" to Windows 10 (OEM).

Windows 10 is on a SSD device (supporting secure boot), while the Linux OS is on an 10 years old Hard Drive without secure boot support.

OpenSUSE gives following warning message with priority 3 (= error):

localhost kernel: ima: Error Communicating to TPM chip

 I did search in internet (a lot of Linux community forums) and the suggested solution is always to activate TMP in BIOS.

But I did not found any option to activate it.


Does anyone know, how to change setting of TMP on my EliteDesktop?


Thanks in advance for helps



About my EliteDesktop 800 G1



BIOS: L01 v. 02.18 - 9/9/2013

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