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moinulmoin
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tpm.misc showing TPM 2.0 available and security processor showing TMP 1.2. How can I upgrade that? Please help me

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

If you are concerned about this because of compatibility for Windows 11, your notebook probably does not have a supported processor.

 

See the complete list of hardware requirements for W11.

 

Windows 11 Specifications - Microsoft

 

To update the TPM to Version 1.2, you would have to look at the support and driver page to see if there are any BIOS or firmware updates to update the TPM to v 2.0.

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Check the images, I have available tpm 2.0 already. but my windows security can't detect it. How can I fix it

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Unfortunately, I would have no idea.

 

Is the TPM showing up in the device manager under a security devices category?

 

That is where you will find it listed and it will show up as 1.2 or 2.0.

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@moinulmoin 

IF you're concerned about this due to MS's Win11 announcement, be aware that Win11 is still in Development and will not be released until some time next year.  So, you have nearly a year to work this issue before really having to worry about it.



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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi, @moinulmoin 

 

I did find this document regarding hard and soft floor requirements, so we are just going to have to wait and see what happens when we actually try to upgrade older PC's to W11...

 

Compatibility for Windows 11- Compatibility Cookbook | Microsoft Docs

 

According to the above document, you may be able to upgrade to W11 as long as your PC meets the hard floor requirements.

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