- TPM (Trusted Platform Module)
- Secure Boot (Safe Boot)
This issue has been updated in our earlier post. Please do check out the updated information regarding the issue. The new update makes it much more clear to know why your system can't run Windows 11. Do check it out!
Check the TPM version and Enable it
- Press the combination Win+ R to open the Run window.
- Now type tpm.msc and click OK. The "Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Management on Local Computer" console should open.
- In the section of the TPM manufacturer information value version of the specification should be equal to 2.0, as in the screenshot below.
- If this section of the panel is not displayed and you receive the "Cannot find a compatible TPM" error, then the TPM chip is not present on the device's motherboard or is disabled in the BIOS. For this, you can enable it from the BIOS setting.
Enable TPM from BIOS setting
- Restart your system and enter into the BIOS setting.
- On the Advanced tab, look for TPM/fTPM and enable it.
- The next step is to enable “Secure Boot” as well.
- Now run the PC Health Check-Up app to check if your PC can run Windows 11.