The new version windows 11 from Microsoft requires TPM 2.0 to support it. That means you need enable TPM 2.0 in bios if you want to upgrade to windows 11. This article will show you how to check if your TPM 2.0 is enabled or not. If not, how to enable your TPM 2.0 in Asus motherboard for Windows 11. Besides the TPM 2.0, there are some other system requirements for windows 11 upgrade. You can download the PC health check app to check if you can run windows 11 on your computer. If the TPM 2.0 icon is yellow, you should enable your TPM 2.0 in BIOS at first.
Check if your system has TPM 2.0
Firstly, let’s check if your TPM 2.0 in Asus motherboard is enabled or not.
1 Press windows plus r keys, type tpm.msc and then press enter.
2 Then you will see the version name 2.0 so that means this system have TPM 2.0 and you just enable it.
How to Enable your TPM 2.0 in Asus BIOS
1 Restart your system and press f2 key to boot into BIOS
2 Now, you will be into the BIOS, click Advanced Mode
3 Click on AMD fTPM configuration in Advanced Mode.
4 Then you will see select TPM devices, select enable framework TPM, click on ok, now your TPM is just enabled.
5 At last, press f10 and click on ok to save your change, and you are free to upgrade to windows 11.
That’s how you can enable TPM 2.0 in Asus motherboard for Windows 11. If you are using an HP computer, you can read this article to enable Enable TPM 2.0 in HP laptop for Windows 11.