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TejaswiVykuntam
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TPM issue on HP Pavilion Gaming 15-ec0xxx

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Pavilion Gaming 15-ec0xxx
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I'm unable to successfully enable TPM in my BIOS. When I enable it and reboot into Windows, it reports that no TPM is found. If I go back to BIOS and check, it shows disabled. I tried restoring default settings, turning secure boot on and off but it's the same result always.

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@TejaswiVykuntam 

 

Does it have the TPM chip (hardware) first. Not all machines have TPM chip. Please try

 

            https://www.tomsguide.com/news/windows-11-wont-work-on-your-pc-without-a-tpm-how-to-check

 

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BH
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TejaswiVykuntam
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All AMD Ryzen Processors which are of either Zen or newer architectures have TPM built into them(AMD fTPM technology). Microsoft listed my processor(Ryzen 5 3550H, Zen+ architecture) on their website as Windows 11 compatible which means it should have TPM support.

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