PC not compatible with Windows 11? Here’s how you can fix the error

Thu Jul 1 2021  |  Armaan Khan  |   No Comment
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The new Windows also has deeper integration of Microsoft Teams and is considered as the most advanced and comprehensive operating system in the company’s history. Despite being easy to install and simple to use, many users are complaining that they can’t access Windows 11 on their systems.

Microsoft’s much-hyped Windows 11 is finally out and has grabbed all the attention with its design, visual features and performance upgrade. Windows 11 comes with the potential to create multiple desktops, toggle between them, a centered taskbar, brand new Microsoft store and Android app support.

Even modern Windows 10 users are getting errors like ‘This PC Can’t Fix Run Windows 11’ mainly due to two reasons – Secure Boot and Trusted Platform Module 2.0 (TPM). Windows 11 runs with AMD processors (Athlon, EPYC and Ryzen) and will not pass the compatibility test with an Intel processor below 8th-gen.

Step-by-step guide to fix Windows 11 errors if your PC can’t run it:

TPM and Secure Boot errors can occur when a user is trying to mount and run Windows 11. If your PC is also showing the same error, then just follow these steps to fix it:

Step 1: You first need to check whether TPM is enabled on your system. It can be enabled manually from the BIOS menu. You need to press ‘Windows + R’ and launch the run command.

Step 2: Now, type ‘tpm.msc’ in the dialogue box that opens and click on OK. You will see a window named ‘TPM Management on Local Computer’.

Step 3: Now, in the ‘Status’ section, check whether TPM is enabled or not. If you see a message, ‘The TPM is ready for use’, then it means it is enabled.

In case TPM is still not enabled, then follow these steps:

Step 1: To enable TPM, restart the system and go to the ‘Startup Menu’ through F1, F2, F10, F11, DEL or other required key.

Step 2: After pressing the desired key, you need to click on the ‘Security Tab’ and go to ‘TPM device’.

Step 3: Now, select ‘Available’ on the list and save it. Restart your PC to enable the TPM.

You can also find the option in Advanced settings: Security > Miscellaneous > Trusted computing on some devices.

Here’s how you can enable Secure Boot:

Secure Boot helps protect the system from malware and is available on all modern computers. If you are facing a ‘This PC can’t run Windows 11’ error, then you can follow these steps to enable Secure Boot:

Step 1: To enable Secure Boot on your computer, you need to press ‘Windows + R’ to open the Run window and type and enter ‘msinfo32’.

Step 2: Now, look for a ‘Secure Boot State’ once the window is open. If it is not turned on, then you need to enable Secure Boot like TPM from the BIOS menu.

Step 3: Go to the BIOS menu and then search for the Boot tab. Go to the Advanced mode and look for the Secure Boot option and check if it is enabled.

Step 4: If it is not enabled, do it and save and then exit. Restart your system.

Step 5: To check for compatibility, open the PC Health Check tool and check if it passes the test or not. If it is still not enabled, check your computer specifications.

It is to be noted that the minimum requirements for Windows 11 are a 1.4 GHz single-core(32-bit) or a 1.4 GHz single core (64-bit) clock rate and a 2GB RAM. It also requires a storage of 15GB and a minimum hardware resolution of 1024*768.

So these are the Solution to Fix Windows 11 Installation Errors.

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