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clive19441
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Upgrade to Win 11

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Hi All,

 

Hope you can help.

 

I am considering moving up from Win 10 to 11

It requires I have a secure boot of which I currently have UEFI Insyde F.20 03/14/2017 on main Operating System I have Boot Mode UEFI with successful Secure Boot.

 

Microsoft are saying I am not compatible to upgrade.

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

Below are the system requirement links to get the upgrade to W11 via Windows update when it is released...

 

General specs:

 

Windows 11 System Requirements (microsoft.com)

 

Specific processor requirements:

 

Intel

 

Windows processor requirements Windows 11 supported Intel processors | Microsoft Docs

 

AMD:

 

Windows processor requirements Windows 11 supported AMD processors | Microsoft Docs

 

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Hi Paul,

 

It seems mine does not fit being AMD A8-4555M APU  with Radeon HD Graphics

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Hi:

 

Yes, you are correct regarding the processor not being supported, plus your notebook probably does not have a TPM 2.0 device.

 

You can check to see if it does by going to the device manager.

 

If there is a Security Devices category, the TPM 2.0 device would be listed there.

 

The Radeon HD graphics has to be DX12 capable.

 

Checking your version of DirectX (microsoft.com)

 

Using the instructions on the above link, you can see the DirectX version of my PC meets those requirements (last line of the report), but it does not have a supported processor or TPM 2.0.  The hardware version of my PC's TPM is 1.2.

 

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In any event, you should be able to run W11 on your PC but it won't be delivered via Windows update.

 

You will need to use an ISO file to install it.  I am currently running a test version of W11 on an older PC than yours and it works fine.

 

There are some folks out there who will figure out a way to bypass the hardware checks, no doubt.

 

W10 will continue to be supported into October of 2025, so it is not going away that soon.

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