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29/08/21

Enable TPM 2.0 on your PC

Enable TPM 2.0 on your PC



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  1. Run Settings Update & Security > Windows Security > Device Security

    1. If you do not see a Security processor section on this screen your PC may have a TPM that is disabled. see How to enable TPM for more information or check your PC manufacturer’s support information for instructions. to enable the TPM. If you are able to enable a TPM, complete the next step to verify that it is a TPM 2.0.

    2. If you see an option for Security processor details under Security processor, select that and verify that your Specification version is 2.0. If it is less than 2.0, your device does not meet the Windows 11 requirements.

Option 2: Use the Microsoft Management Console

  1. Press [Windows Key] + R or select Start Run.

  2. Type “tpm.msc” (do not use quotation marks) and choose OK.

    1. If you see a message saying a “Compatible TPM cannot be found,” your PC may have a TPM that is disabled. See How to enable TPM for more information or check your PC manufacturer’s support information for instructions to enable the TPM. If you are able to enable the TPM, complete the next step to verify that it is a TPM 2.0.

    2. If you see a message confirming TPM is ready to use, check Specification Version under TPM Manufacturer Information to verify it is 2.0. If it is less than 2.0 your device does not meet the Windows 11 requirement.

How to enable TPM

If you need to enable TPM, these settings are managed via the UEFI BIOS (PC firmware) and vary based on your device. You can access these settings by choosing: Settings Update & Security > Recovery > Restart now.

From the next screen, choose to Troubleshoot Advanced options UEFI Firmware Settings Restart to make the changes. These settings are sometimes contained in a sub-menu in the UEFI BIOS labeled AdvancedSecurity, or Trusted Computing. The option to enable the TPM may be labeled Security DeviceSecurity Device SupportTPM StateAMD fTPM switchAMD PSP fTPMIntel PTT, or Intel Platform Trust Technology.

If you are unsure how to make any needed changes to the TPM settings, we recommend that you check your PC manufacturer’s support information or contact their support organization. Below are links to information from some PC manufacturers to help you get started:

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