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HP Pavilion 590-p0038na
Microsoft Windows 11

Hi,

I have a HP Pavilion with the following specification. Based on the WINDOWS 11 compatibility checker it currently can't be upgrade because of 2 Issues TPM 2.0 is not enabled and Secure Boot is not enable. Can these be resolved on my PC and if so how ?

 

Will HP be issuing any upgrades for my PC in the future and if so when ?

 

Thanks for any help and advice.

Dave

 

General specifications
Operating system
Windows 10 Home 64-bit Version: 19044.1466
Microprocessor
AMD Ryzen 5 2400G with Radeon Vega Graphics
System memory
8 GB
Memory slot 1
8GB Samsung 2666MHz
System board
8433 11
System BIOS
F.31
Video
Graphic device 1
AMD Radeon(TM) RX Vega 11 Graphics
Current resolution
1280 x 1024
Refresh rate
60 Hz
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HP Recommended

Hi:

 

Your PC's processor also doesn't meet the W11 hardware requirements.

 

If Windows is installed in UEFI mode, you should be able to enable secure boot in the BIOS settings.

 

If your PC has a TPM 2.0 device there should be a setting in the BIOS to enable that as well.

 

You can tell if Windows is installed in UEFI mode by running the system information program in the Windows administrative tools program folder.

 

See my screenshot below for the BIOS mode...has to be UEFI in order to enable secure boot in the BIOS.

 

Paul_Tikkanen_0-1643038868095.png

 

If you are interested, I can give you two easy ways to bypass the W11 hardware checks so you can run W11 on your PC, and a way to easily go back to W10 after the default 'go back to W10' period expires, in case W11 doesn't work right on your particular PC.

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