How to Fix “This PC can’t run Windows 11” Error

Incapable to introduce Windows 11 because of ‘SecureBoot’ as well as ‘TPM 2.0’ blunders? Here’s the way you empower both, and a fast workaround that invalidates the requirement for it by and large. With the arrival of Windows 11, clients across the globe are totally advertised and energized. The new interface appears to be invigorating, engaging, and very easy to understand to most. Nonetheless, before you can take the leap, here are a couple of things you should know. Numerous clients have detailed experiencing blunders while introducing Windows 11 through the arrangement or while checking if their PC upholds Windows 11 utilizing the PC wellbeing check application.

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Common Windows 11 Compatibility Errors

In case you’re getting a ‘This PC can’t run Windows 11’ blunder in the PC Health Check application, then, at that point coming up next are the mistakes you’re probably seeing. Peruse along to get what every one of these blunders implies.

 

TPM 2.0 is a requirement for running Windows 11

Assuming you’re getting the TPM 2.0 similarity mistake in Windows 11, you need to empower it in the BIOS settings for your PC. In the event that you have ongoing equipment, odds are your framework would have TPM 2.0 help, assuming not, you may need to utilize a workaround to sidestep the TPM 2.0 prerequisite in Windows 11 (as portrayed later on this page).

 

The processor isn’t supported for Windows 11

The base framework necessity for Windows 11 expresses that you had the chance to have eighth gen Intel processor or above to have the option to introduce Windows 11. All Intel Core processors beneath eighth gen aren’t upheld by the most recent form of Windows any longer.

 

The PC must support Secure Boot

Windows 11 necessitates that you’ve Secure Boot empowered on your framework to have the option to run the most recent adaptation of Windows. Fortunately, Secure Boot is upheld by a wide scope of frameworks, and chances are your PC upholds it yet it simply isn’t empowered. The fastest method to confirm Secure Boot support on your PC is to boot into BIOS and check whether the BIOS security settings have an approach to empower Secure Boot on your framework.

 

The system disk needs to be 64 GB or Larger

The Windows 11 PC Health Check application likewise checks the size of the circle parcel where you as of now have Windows introduced. On the off chance that it’s lesser than 64 GB, than you need to grow and build its volume to 64 GB or more to have the option to introduce Windows 11 on your framework. Or then again, you can generally decide to introduce Windows 11 on another plate parcel on your framework when introducing Windows 11 from a bootable USB drive.

 

Fixing ‘Secure Boot’ Error

Numerous clients have experienced the ‘This PC Can’t Run Windows 11’ blunder with ‘The PC should uphold Secure Boot’ referenced as the explanation when running the Windows 11 installer. For this situation, you need to empower ‘Secure Boot’ from the BIOS settings. In any case, before you empower it, it’s basic that you get what’s truly going on with it.

 

What is Secure Boot?

It is a norm of safety that was created to guarantee that the PC boots just with the product that is trusted by OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer). It forestalls vindictive programming or malware from booting when you start the PC. At the point when the setting is empowered, just drivers that have a declaration from Microsoft will stack.

 

How to Enable Secure Boot in BIOS Settings

To empower Secure Boot, shut down the framework and afterward start it once more. When the showcase illuminates, press the ESC key to enter the ‘Startup Menu’. Then, at that point, press the F10 key to enter the ‘Profiles Setup’. The keys that you see beneath to get to the different choices may be diverse for your PC. Check something very similar from the PC screen or quest the web for your PC model.

Then, explore to the ‘Progressed’ tab in the ‘Profiles Setup’. In the event that you track down the ‘Safe Boot’ alternative turned gray out, all things considered, the current ‘Boot Mode’ is set to ‘Heritage’. To get to the ‘Protected Boot’ alternative, select the ‘UEFI Native (Without CSM)’ setting under ‘Boot Mode’ and afterward tick the checkbox for ‘Secure Boot’. When you tick the checkbox, you will be approached to affirm the change. Snap on ‘Acknowledge’. At long last, click on ‘Save’ at the base to apply the new settings and afterward restart your PC.

 

How to Enable TPM 2.0 in BIOS Settings

One of the other framework prerequisites for Windows 11 is support for TPM 2.0. The Windows 11 installer shows “The PC should uphold TPM 2.0” mistake when you’re running the installer from inside Windows just, not through a bootable USB. There, it might just show the “This PC can’t run Windows 11” blunder.

Fortunately, it’s not difficult to empower TPM 2.0 in the BIOS settings. However, before you push ahead with empowering ‘TPM 2.0’ in the BIOS, we should first additionally check its present status in the framework.

To check the situation with ‘TPM 2.0’, press WINDOWS + R to dispatch the ‘Run’ order, enter tpm.msc in the content box, and afterward either click on ‘alright’ or press ENTER to dispatch the TPM Management discourse. Then, check the ‘Status’ area. In the event that it shows ‘The TPM is prepared for use’, it’s as of now empowered. On the off chance that you see ‘Viable TPM can’t be discovered’, it’s time you empower it in the BIOS settings.

To empower ‘TPM 2.0’, restart your PC and press the ESC key when the screen illuminates to enter the ‘Startup Menu’. You will be given the different key choices for the various menus. Distinguish the one for ‘Profiles Setup’ and press it. For my situation (HP Laptop), it was the F10 key.

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