You want to install Windows 11 – but you don’t have a TPM and a compatible CPU? Then Windows 11 actually spits out an error message, because the new operating system requires TPM version 2.0, Secure Boot and certain CPUs – actually. But there are tricks that can be used to bypass the check for TPM 2.0, Secure Boot and the processor when reinstalling and upgrading Windows 10.
► Activate Windows 11 upgrade from Windows 10 with older CPU and TPM 1.2: www.pcwelt.de/news/Windows-11-Microsoft-erklaert-knacken-der-Hardware-Sperre-11112158.html
► Windows 11 reinstallation completely without TPM, CPU, Secure Boot and RAM check: www.pcwelt.de/news/Windows-11-ohne-TPM-2.0-Chip-installieren-so- geht-s -11111109.html
► Legal key for Windows 10 & 11 from a reputable dealer: software.pcwelt.de/?x-source=pcweltpro
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