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Popeye9
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TPM module for 2FA3 1.0 system board

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Hi.  I have an HP Envy Phoenix 810 desktop PC with a 2FA3 1.0 system board.  Just wondering if anyone could help me determine if there is a slot for TPM module 2.0 for this PC.  Thanks 

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itsmyname
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Is this your computer: HP ENVY Phoenix 810-109 Desktop PC Product Specifications | HP® Customer Support

 

It was manufactured in 2014 -- the year before Windows 10 was released. It is an OLD computer.

 

So, if you are considering the installation of Windows 11, I think that you will not be successful. Your hardware does not meet the specifications for Windows 11.

 

Is your computer's disk-drive dating from 2014? If so, it is "ready for retirement".

 

I think that it is time for you to shop for a new "ready for Windows 11" computer. 

It will run Windows 10 (until 2025), and you can upgrade to Windows 11 sometime in 2022.

 

 

 

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itsmyname
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Is this your computer: HP ENVY Phoenix 810-109 Desktop PC Product Specifications | HP® Customer Support

 

It was manufactured in 2014 -- the year before Windows 10 was released. It is an OLD computer.

 

So, if you are considering the installation of Windows 11, I think that you will not be successful. Your hardware does not meet the specifications for Windows 11.

 

Is your computer's disk-drive dating from 2014? If so, it is "ready for retirement".

 

I think that it is time for you to shop for a new "ready for Windows 11" computer. 

It will run Windows 10 (until 2025), and you can upgrade to Windows 11 sometime in 2022.

 

 

 

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Thank you for replying. 👍

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