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HP Pavilion Desktop PC 570-p0xx
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Sirs, I am trying to upgrade my security and have raised questions with Microsoft Communities. Their response is given below. Can you offer help in this regard please?

 

HP Pavilion Desktop PC 570-p0xx

Serial No. [Personal Information Removed]

Product No. Z7C73EA#ABU

I am told by Microsoft Windows 10 Settings, 'Standard hardware security not supported', even though I have 20H2 installed?

I am also told to contact my hardware manufacturer to see what features are supported by my hardware and how to activate them.

Microsoft Communities tells me:

“This means the computer hardware doesn't have any of the following’:

1. Core Isolation.
2. Security Processor aka TPM Chip.
3. Secure Boot.

You can enable #3 from the BIOS if the option is there. #2 is a hardware chip, so you cannot do much in this case. Likely it is absent from your device”.

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hi

Can you give a picture of what is indicated?
is this what it is about:

Capture d’écran 2021-01-06 183118.png

 

secure boot, must be enabled by default!
For the rest, if it's material, you can't change it like that!
Either way, that's not what will save you from security problems, loopholes there are all the time!
use your computer in a secure way is the best option
pay attention to the sites you visit, don't download anything, anywhere
Do not answer emails about which you know nothing, do not click on the given links, never give out your username and password!
An email from the bank for example, do not give anything, contact the bank instead to find out more etc!


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If you don't think you can, get help, or go to a professional





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happy New Year

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Prométhée
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hi

Can you give a picture of what is indicated?
is this what it is about:

Capture d’écran 2021-01-06 183118.png

 

secure boot, must be enabled by default!
For the rest, if it's material, you can't change it like that!
Either way, that's not what will save you from security problems, loopholes there are all the time!
use your computer in a secure way is the best option
pay attention to the sites you visit, don't download anything, anywhere
Do not answer emails about which you know nothing, do not click on the given links, never give out your username and password!
An email from the bank for example, do not give anything, contact the bank instead to find out more etc!


Please remember to mark the answers this can help other users
please click on the accept as solution button if message provided an answer to the problem >

was this reply helpful , or just say "thank you " ? Click on the yes button 
Warning
If you have to do certain manipulations, it is at your own risk, think carefully before acting!
If you don't think you can, get help, or go to a professional





Desktop-Knowledge-Base
happy New Year
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