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04-26-2022 10:41 AM
If you are wanting to enable TPM so you can upgrade to W11, your PC's Intel 7th generation core processor does not meet the W11 hardware requirements.
There should be an enable TPM security setting in the BIOS if your PC has a TPM 2.0 security device.
Most HP consumer class desktop PC's did not come with a TPM 2.0 device until recently.
If you're interested, you can use one of the several W11 hardware check bypass methods to upgrade to W11 on your PC as is.
I found this one to be the easiest way to do that, and you can even do an in-place upgrade this way...
04-26-2022 11:44 AM
Thank you very much for the super quick response, much appreciated.
Pretty much a novice; scared to do anything that would "screw up my computer from my hand".
I guess only option is to buy a new machine. UGH. Here we go again!
Again, thank you for the reply. Much appreciated!
05-14-2022 03:43 AM - edited 05-15-2022 10:52 PM
In Windows - Press [Win]+[R] and run "tpm. msc" and you'll see the TPM version of your system. Remember to enable "Security Device Support", otherwise you'll have "Compatible TPM cannot be found".
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