Jan 15 2024 02:31 AM
Jan 15 2024 02:31 AM
I'm facing a challenge with installing Windows 11 on my system, which currently does not support Secure Boot and lacks TPM 2.0. I understand that these features are generally required for the installation of Windows 11, but I've heard that there might be workarounds or alternative methods to install Windows 11 without secure boot and tpm 2.0.
My primary concern is ensuring a stable and functional setup without compromising the overall security and performance of the operating system. I'm seeking advice, tips, or detailed guidance from anyone who has successfully navigated this issue. Any insights into the steps involved, potential risks, or necessary preparations would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your help!
Jan 15 2024 08:05 PM - edited Jan 31 2024 05:30 PM
Alright, diving into the Windows 11 installation without Secure Boot and TPM 2.0 can be a bit tricky, but it's doable. You're right that these features are usually required by Windows 11, but there are ways around it. However, a heads-up: bypassing these requirements might affect your system's security and stability, so it's important to weigh the pros and cons.
Here's a rough guide to get you started:
Step1 . Create a Windows 11 Installation Media: First, you need the Windows 11 installation file. You can download it from the official Microsoft website and create a bootable USB drive.
Step 2. Modify the Installation Media: This is where you get around the TPM and Secure Boot requirements. Here I recommend using WinBootMate tool to bypass Winows 11's TPM and Secure boot. There are guides online that can walk you through this process. It involves downloading the file that bypasses the check and replacing the existing one on your USB.
Step 3. Select Windows 11 ISO file and your USB drive, then select "Bypass Windows 11's Secure Boot, TPM and CPU". Click "Burn", It will start to create a Windows bootable USB installer.
Step 4. Install Windows 11: With the modified installation media, you can proceed to install Windows 11 as you normally would. The setup should now skip the TPM and Secure Boot check.
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