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TPM 2.0 support and Windows 11 (intel)

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no you do not need to Microsoft have skipped the tmp and secure boot requirement as there are a lot of companies wanting to update there systems to windows 11, you can download windows 11 and set up a usb with rufus it will give you an option to skip the CPU and tmp requirements, im running windows 11 on a 6600k and a Asrock Z170 oc formula.
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I've got a CyberPowerPC with an ASRock Z370 Pro4-CB mobo and an Intel I7-8700K @ 3.7 GHz.

Per the other post on this forum ( about how to prepare an ASRock mobo for Windows 11, I disabled CSM and then enabled Intel Platform Trust Technology. I restarted after each step.

After I disabled CSM and restarted, the computer booted normally. After I disabled Intel Platform Trust Technology and rebooted, the computer said, "Preparing Automatic Repair" and gave me the option to "Continue," "Troubleshoot," or "Turn off your PC." When I chose "Continue," it would not boot and returned me back to the same place. So, I am forced to choose "Troubleshoot." I've been stuck in this loop and can't find a way out besides returning the UEFI settings to default. But then I can't pass the Windows 11 Health Check because TPM 2.0 isn't enabled.

I've also tried changing the "Physical Presence Spec Version" from 1.3 to 1.2 based on what I saw in this YouTube video: That had the same effect of preventing the computer from booting.

I'm out of ideas. Can anyone help? Both my mobo chipset and CPU are on the Win 11 supported list.
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