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Upgrade OS to Windows 11

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Pavilion 27-a210 All-in-one
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I am attempting to prepare for the upgrade to windows 11.  It is telling me that my processor does not have the appropriate processor.

My existing processor specs are as follows:

Intel Core i7-7700T

  • CPU speed: 2.9 GHz (3.8 GHz - max turbo boost)
  • CPU cores: 4
  • CPU Cache: 8 MB
  • TDP: 35 W
  • Integrated graphics: Intel HD graphics 630

The Recommended Requirements for the upgrade are as follows , which seems to be the same as what I already have:: 

Processor upgrade information
  • TDP: 35 W
  • Socket type: LGA 1151
  • Motherboard supports the following processor upgrades:
    Integrated Graphics
    Intel Core i7-7700T (Kabylake) 2.9 GHz Quad Core
    35 W
    Intel HD Graphics 630
    Intel Core i5-7400T (Kabylake) 2.4 GHz Quad Core
    35 W
    Intel HD Graphics 630
    Intel Core i3-7100T (Kabylake) 3.4 GHz Dual Core
    35 W
    Intel HD Graphics 630
    Intel Pentium G4560T (Kabylake) 2.9 GHz Dual Core
    35 W
    Intel HD Graphics 610
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We can not address this as we have no control over what MS demands to install Win11 or what the various checking utilities say is required.


HOW are you determining that your processor is preventing the upgrade?

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