Some of these restrictions include the need for TPM 2.0 hardware, which must be enabled before you can proceed with the Windows 11 installation. The reason is that the company wants to make the OS more secure since a TPM provides cryptographic functions, such as generating and storing encryption keys to enable features like Windows Hello, BitLocker, and other functionalities. In addition, Windows 11 may also require Secure Boot enabled. Furthermore, your computer needs to have one of the supported processors from Intel, AMD, and Qualcomm. Otherwise, the OS won’t install. Although there are many new unwanted changes with Windows 11 regarding compatibility, and you meet the hardware requirements, but the problem is the TPM 2.0 chip, someone on Twitter (@cadenzza_) has found out a workaround to bypass the TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot requirements from within the Windows 11 setup without the need to create a custom ISO image. In this guide, you will learn the steps to bypass the TPM and Secure Boot requirements during the installation of Windows 11 on unsupported hardware. Read the warning.

Bypass Windows 11 TPM and Secure Boot requirements

To bypass the TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot requirements during the installation of Windows 11, use these steps: Once you complete the steps, you can continue with the Windows 11 installation on a device without TPM 2.0 or Secure Boot, and the OS should install normally. Windows 11 Setup regedit Windows 11 fix TPM 2.0 It’s important to point out that Microsoft will let you install previews of Windows 11 without hardware restrictions through the Windows Insider Program. Instead, the policies will be enforced when you’ll need to install to the final version. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.