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Once again I am amazed at the microsoft response
You are told that you can force the installation, and normally it does not matter which computer, and now it is not! ..
Is Microsoft responding directly to you?

Hp, indicate the procedure here, it seems to me that it should work for everyone

HP PCs - Installing Windows 11 from a USB flash drive

I advise you all the same to take a step back, to see what happens with most of the installations, it is worth it, the computers do they all work without problems
so far, it is not yet the case

Re: [OMEN 17t-cb000] Windows 11 not fully compatible with BI... - HP Support Community - 8173257

 

 

 


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You're very welcome.

 

Most folks use a cell phone camera to take a picture of the screen when there is a boot issue and upload the photo.

 

I am at a loss to explain why the W11 installation media worked fine on my 'unqualified' PC's, and not yours.

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I am pretty impressed with Microsoft on this. I was on-line chat with Advance Support through Microsoft Chat Agent. I told them that HP does not have chat support and I am being helped by its Community. Their chat led to a call from them and they walked me to first try clean install of Windows 11. This was a dead end because the "Next" was greyed out due to my laptop did not meet the minimum requirement of no TCM and i7-5500U not supported. 

 

Next they proposed that I run Creation Media Windows 11 under the Admin account. This will lead to a menu that has a clean installation option. They said lets try to run that and see if we are successfull in installing 11 which will "Canabolize" current Windows 10. He wasn't sure if that would lead to a stable machine. At this point I told them that I will create an Disk Image before proceeding. So they left the ticket open so that I can resume with them once I have made an image.

 

So now I am on a hunt for a Disk Image utility!

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Hi:

 

I had provided that info to you yesterday...

 

Make a system image using Macrium reflect, and if W11 doesn't work right, you can easily go back to your current W10 installation.

 

You save the image on a portable hard drive and the software will have you make a bootable USB flash drive or DVD you boot from to access the system image stored on the portable hard drive.

 

Macrium Software | Reflect Free Edition

 

You want the file listed on the left side of the webpage under the Backup at Home section.

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