If you are using HP laptop and facing a problem “This PC can’t run Windows 11” when you try to upgrade to or install Windows 11. It might be your HP laptop without enabled TPM 2.0. If you want to successfully install Windows 11, you need to enable TPM 2.0 in BIOS at first. this article will show you how to enable TPM 2.0 in BIOS HP for Windows 11. Just go ahead.
What Is a TPM 2.0?
TPM is the short name of Trusted Platform Module, which is a small chip on the motherboard of you PC. Actually, it is a tamper-resistant crypto-processor which can execute tasks of creating encryption keys and mix authentication.
How to Check If Your System Has TPM 2.0?
If you want to enable TPM 2.0 in BIOS HP for Windows 11, you need check if your system has TPM 2.0 at first.
Step 1 Press Windows key + R to open Run.
Step 2 Type tpm.msc in the field and press enter.
Step 3. Now, you can check if your computer has TPM 2.0 or not in the TMP Management window.
How to Enable TPM 2.0 in BIOS HP for Windows 11?
After checking TPM 2.0, now you can enable TPM 2.0 in BIOS HP for Windows 11 now.
Step 1 Power on your HP laptop and then hold on ESC key.
Step 2 Press F10 key to Go to BIOS Setup.
Step 3 Select Security tab, then choose TPM State and press enter.
Step 4 Now enable your TPM state.
Step 5 After that, close BIOS settings by pressing the F10 key and select Yes to save your change.
After enabling TPM 2.0 in BIOS, now your HP laptop can install windows 11 to experience the new features of Windows 11.