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How to bypass TPM and CPU control when installing Windows 11? Just a moment

Server TechPowerUp shows how to do it in a few minutes, although of course there is the question of how long such a system lasts not to yell at the user, that it has outdated hardware and that it pauses all updates, turns off the refrigerator or downloads the latest Czech summer comedy.-

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00


This procedure applies to fresh installations and involves creating a * .reg file with the above contents, from which it is clear that the keys are intended to turn off almost all the functions with which the system installer verifies that we have the appropriate hardware. It is not only about TPM and SecureBoot, but also about CPU, memory and storage space. We can save the file to a flash drive and then start the installation itself using Installation Media USB Flash Drive.

If we get to the point in the installation when it reports that our PC is unsuitable for Windows 11, just press the back arrow button in the top left window, open the command line with Shift + F10 and run regedit. In the Registry Editor window, we just import the previously saved * .reg file, wait for confirmation, close the open windows and continue with the installation.

However, this only bypassed the verification of the hardware when installing the new system, while of course the registers of only the installer itself were changed, not our new system.

But when it comes to updating Windows 10 to Windows 11, here we can use the official way describes Microsoft itself, which, however, will only reduce its demands from TPM 2.0 to TPM 1.2. All we have to do is make one change in the registry on that computer before trying to upgrade. –

In Registry Editor, open the path HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SYSTEM Setup MoSetup and add a new DWORD named AllowUpgradesWithUnsupportedTPMOrCPU with a value of 1.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00


Alternatively, you can create and then run a * .reg file with this content.

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