Solved How can i enable TPM in asus motherboard BIOS for installing Windows 11

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I was using the Microsoft PC Health check app to see if my PC supports Windows 11 and it says not, after some googling I found that I should enable TPM and secure boot. I have enabled secure boot but it still gives the error saying I cant install windows 11
So how can I enable TPM?


 
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For Intel processor based motherboard it's called PTT (Platform Trust Technology). You can enable it by going to
Advanced > PCH-FW Configuration

intel motherboard tpm settings.jpg



For AMD based motherboards.
Well just boot into BIOS and under the Advanced tab select "AMD fTPM configuration"
And in that change your TPM Device Configuration to "Firmware TPM" then save and reset.

amd motherboard tpm settings.jpg

After that boot into windows press Win+R to open RUN and type in tpm.msc to see the TPM details.

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well, this looks like a hot topic! I just enabled TPM so my PC on my ASUS STRIX B350F board but still PC health check app say I cant install windows 11
 
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For Intel processor based motherboard it's called PTT (Platform Trust Technology). You can enable it by going to
Advanced > PCH-FW Configuration

intel motherboard tpm settings.jpg



For AMD based motherboards.
Well just boot into BIOS and under the Advanced tab select "AMD fTPM configuration"
And in that change your TPM Device Configuration to "Firmware TPM" then save and reset.

amd motherboard tpm settings.jpg

After that boot into windows press Win+R to open RUN and type in tpm.msc to see the TPM details.
 
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For Intel processor based motherboard it's called PTT (Platform Trust Technology). You can enable it by going to
Advanced > PCH-FW Configuration

View attachment 379



For AMD based motherboards.
Well just boot into BIOS and under the Advanced tab select "AMD fTPM configuration"
And in that change your TPM Device Configuration to "Firmware TPM" then save and reset.

View attachment 380

After that boot into windows press Win+R to open RUN and type in tpm.msc to see the TPM details.
I have edited the post with steps for both intel and and cpus
 

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