Early this year, Microsoft has announced that there will be a permanent System Requirements Not Met watermark showing at the bottom right corner of the device once the hardware cannot meet the system requirements of Windows 11 operating system even though it could be installed successfully via bypassing the TPM 2.0.
As Windows 11 has a higher requirements on the device hardware configuration, the installation could be stopped automatically once your hardware need to be upgraded. While we have listed out the ways on how to bypass TPM 2.0 to install Windows 11 on your currently devices, a watermark showing might be bother you a lot in your daily routine.
The good news is that Microsoft doesn’t make things worse, as it allows the access to remove System Requirements Not Met watermark in Windows 11 via modify the system Registry.
How Remove the System Requirements Not Met Watermark in Windows 11?
A note before you going straight forward: please take your computer to a technical person who are experienced at dealing with the computer and system issues, in case anything unexpected happens. While if you’re sure you can manage it by yourself, please keep reading.
Step 1: Launch Run windows by pressing Win + R on your keyboard;
Step 2: Enter regedit and click OK to launch the Registry Editor;
Step 3: Copy and paste the following code to the address bar of the system registry to quickly navigate to the nominated path:
Step 4: Among the right menu options, right click on the SV2 DWORD value and select Modify;
Step 5: Set the value data as 0;
Step 6: Click OK to apply the changes;
Then the last step is to exit Registry and restart your computer. If everything goes well, you will not the System Requirements Not Met watermark any more.
Of course, this is not a solution once for all. If you upgrade your Windows later in the future, you should repeat above steps to remove it again.
An important note: if you couldn’t find the UnsupportedHardwareNotificationCache key, a new one needs to be created.
Step 1: Right click on the Control key (HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel) in the Registry, select New, then click Key;
Step 2: Rename the new key as UnsupportedHardwareNotificationCache;
Step 3: Right click on it to choose New and DWORD (64-bit) to rename it as SV2;
Step 4: Change the SV2 DWORD value data to 2;
Step 5: Click OK to apply the changes.