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HP Pavilion Notebook - 15-p224nr (ENERGY STAR)
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I would like to know if I can get what it would take for my Pavilion 15 to run with Win 11 when it is released on the 5th of Oct.  I do belong to the insider program with Microsoft.  The TMP is the problem, so far.  Is there a way to install this?

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Hi:

 

Your notebook's processor doesn't meet the requirements to get the upgrade to W11 from Windows Update, and there is no way to add a TPM.

 

Folks can install W11 in an 'unsupported state.' by installing W11 from an ISO file when it is released.

 

Keep this website handy for future developments.

 

Windows 11 Latest News - Windows Latest

 

This article is included on that link...

 

Unsupported Windows 11 PCs will get cumulative updates, at least for now (windowslatest.com)

 

Give it a few months after W11 comes out.   

 

No doubt there will be some clever folks that find a way to have W11 work fine on almost any PC that can run W10.

 

W10 will continue to have full support until October of 2025.

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@shortonetoknow 

Like many other folks, I am already running Win11 preview on hardware that does not pass the MS requirements checks.

 

But this has required a LOT of work to bypass those checks -- and these only work because at present, these checks are ONLY in the Win11 installer, not in the OS.

 

Rumours are that MS is going to incorporate these checks into the OS itself when it is released in October.  So if that happens, no one with incompatible hardware is going to be able to run Win11 after that.

 

We will all have to wait and see what happens -- but my guess is that MS will do this and lock us out of Win11.



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