A new application has been introduced by Microsoft that can check the compatibility of your device with Windows 11. You can easily download this app by going to the introduction page of Windows 11.
You will see a web address at the end of the page and there is a very high possibility that it will tell you that you can't run Windows 11 on your computer system. On the other hand, you may get to know that your device is absolutely ok and there is nothing wrong with it and a particular setting in BIOS that needs to be changed.
The setting that required flicking is mentioned in the minimum system requirements mentioned below.
TPM requirement is one thing that creates the most confusion. TPM support has been a part of the machine for a very long time and it is actually turned off by default.
To fix this problem, you need to go to UEFI/BIOS immediately after your machine turns on. It does not take much time to find the BIOS mode but a few manufacturers keep it in different locations.
If you have a Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master Motherboard, you can easily find it by going to Settings, miscellaneous, and then go to trusted computing 2. After that, turn on the security device support. You can also test it on an MSI motherboard. For that, you first need to go to Advanced Settings, Security, and then go to Trusted Computing.
When you are done, you must save the settings and then restart your machine. This will make your device compatible.
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