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How to install windows 11 in the absence of TPM 2.0: Complete Guide

You must be tired of seeing the same dialogue box popping up every time you install the latest Windows version. Well, this article will make you sorted. Now you can easily install windows 11 using this method without the TPM version2.0 or the TPM chip on your old PC and laptops. You must be wondering what TPM is; well, let us clear this out for you. TPM stands for trusted platform module. This cryptographic module designs to ensure a maximized version of security and privacy in your operating system.


Securing data through encryption and decryption, protecting authentication, and providing the knowledge of what software is running on our computer are the basic operations associated with your PC security, and that's where TPM helps the most. Microsoft raised the security requirements with TPM for Windows 11 due to the leaked developer version. That's why you saw the dialogue box appear during the installation process. The random computers, laptops did not just face this problem; the high-end PC faced the same problem.


Before we jump into the process, we will give you a quick rundown of what we're going to do to bypass TPM security requirements while installing Windows 11 on your PCs and laptops without displaying any errors.


Following is the process:

  • You are supposed to download the unofficial Windows 11 MCT (media creation tool) zip file from GitHub. This tool is relatively safe. It prepares your system for the latest window installation for either the purpose of upgrading your pc or ensures a secure installation process. The most incredible thing is that it's free to use.
  • Secondly, Extract the zip and run MediaCreationTool.bat. If Windows marks it as dangerous, don't worry. Just click Run anyway to continue. Just stay consistent and continue with the process ignoring what the computer says. Thirdly, Choose windows 11 as the MCT version once the program opens.
  • Next, Select Create USB if you want to create a Windows 11 operable USB so that through this, you can install it on another pc, or select Create ISO if you are willing to install it on a virtual machine.
  • If prompted, click on Yes to permit Windows PowerShell to release the media creation utility. It will open up, and you'll see it titled "Windows 10 Setup". Just forget about that! You'll be developing a Windows 11 media, so that's important to remember.
  • Then, in the media creation tool, choose the media, i.e., ISO or USB. Next, select the appropriate options for media based on your choice. Go for the possibility of file location in case you have chosen ISO or select drive letter in case you have opted for USB.
  • Click next to create an installation media once the tool starts downloading windows 11. Once again, ignore what it says. You will see windows ten starting to downloaded but will end up with windows 11, so no worries.
  • Lastly, the installation process is completed and created effectively; now, you should be able to install windows 11 without having TPM on your computer, and that's how easy and safe it is.

An alternate method for windows 11 preview builds:

It's just an alternate method that might not work with upcoming builds which are successfully able to bypass the TPM check using the steps mentioned above If your system is currently running on windows ten and doesn't meet the guidelines for upgrading it to windows 11, then the good news is that you can upgrade it still just with a bit of twist. Want to know? Head over to the instructions below
  • Firstly, download the windows 11 iso file
  • Next, create a windows 11 bootable USB using the MCT .during it's working, restart your computer and boot it from the USB you just created
  • Enter the BIOS using the BIOS key during the restarting process, which mainly depends on your system model or brand. In BIOS, select boot from the USB option available and save and exit to begin the boot process from your windows 11 bootable USB flash drive.
  • The last step is to modify the Windows registry. In this step, once you boot from USB, you will have to perform few functions after you receive a message saying your system can't run Windows 11. Just go back and open the command prompt window and follow the steps.

Bottom line Welcome to a new journey; you are about to start with your updated system. So now, no inconvenience is what we expect. We make sure to put our whole efforts into making your technical life simple and easy. We do hope that this article was helpful. Let us know.

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