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Rikkayin
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The TPM option is absent for the SKU Number 1A4L4PC#AB2

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HP ZHAN 66 Pro A 14 G3
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The TPM option is absent for the SKU Number 1A4L4PC#AB2

just wandering it's disabled by UEFI firmware or hardware?🤔

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@Rikkayin 

Ever since Microsoft's announcement about Windows 11, folks have been panicking about their PCs not having Secure Boot or TPM 2.0 -- as if this were an immediate problem.

It is NOT!!

You need to be aware that Windows 11 is still in Development and will not be released until some time next year, probably around this same timeframe. So, you have nearly a year to work this issue before it becomes a problem.



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