How To Enable TPM In BIOS (Intel and AMD) Windows 11

With the announcement of Windows 11, many people are wondering how to upgrade to Windows 11 or whether their PC meets the PC requirements for Windows 11.

In this article, we will answer some of these questions, as well as provide a great step-by-step guide on How To Enable TPM in the BIOS for both Intel and AMD.

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What is TPM

The Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is an international standard for a secure cryptoprocessor, which is a dedicated microcontroller designed to secure hardware using integrated cryptographic keys.

Microsoft recommends that systems equipped with TPM 2.0 be ready for Windows 11, but systems equipped with TPM 1.2 will also be supported. This is merely a security feature, and it should not affect performance with either version of TPM.

Windows 11 Requirements

Processor1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster with 2 or more cores 64 BIT Only.
Memory4 GB RAM
Storage64 GB or larger storage device
TPMTrusted Platform Module (TPM) version 2.0
Graphics cardDirectX 12 compatible graphics / WDDM 2.x
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How To Check TPM

How To Enable TPM In BIOS (Intel and AMD)

So, before going into the BIOS and touching anything, we will check if the TPM chip is enabled to see if the version is compatible.

Step 1: Type tpm.msc in the search.

Step2: Click the result and check if you have what version of tpm on your pc.

How To Enable TPM

TPM 2.0 is usually a separate chip that adds hardware-based security to your system.

The feature should be enabled by default in any Windows, PC, or laptop released in 2016. Whether it was previously disabled or you have an older system, you may now need to enable TPM 2.0 in BIOS to upgrade to Windows 11.

Intel

How To Enable TPM
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Step 1: For Enabling TPM in intel based bios, you can shut down your pc,   

Step 2: Hold down the Delete or F2 key during bootup to get to the BIOS menu

Step 3: Navigate to the Security tab or in some case Advance tab

Step 4: Find a listing for either TPM, Intel Platform Trust Technology (IPTT)

Step 5: Toggle it to “Enabled”

Step 6: Hit F10 to Save and Exit BIOS

AMD

How To Enable TPM

Step 1: For Enabling TPM in Amd based bios, you can shut down your pc,   

Step 2: Hold down the Delete or F2 key during boot to get to the BIOS menu

Step 3: Navigate to the Security tab or in some case Advance tab

Step 4: Find a listing for either TPM, or fTPM

Step 5: Toggle it to “Enabled”

Step 6: Hit F10 to Save and Exit BIOS

Sujeet Kumar
I am a Gamer, Blogger, and the Lead/admin Writer in Gamers Discussion Hub.

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