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    Posted: 11 Jan 2022 at 8:07pm
Hello,
I have changed the BIOS on my Asrock z390 taichi ultimate motherboard to Trusted Enable.
After that I installed Windows 11.
But despite this, I get below error message when I update Windows.
Is there anyone who has a tip on a solution I would be grateful,
Fredrik :-)
Your computer must support TPM 2.0
This computer does not currently meet the system requirements for Windows 11
Stay awsome :-) Fredrik
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I have updated the BIOS.
But it didn't help
Should I choose Secure Boot?
When I change to Secure Boot, I get the following message:
Secure Boot can be enabled when System in User Mode.
Repeat operation after enrolling platform key (PK)
What does this mean and how should I do it?
Very grateful for advice on how to solve this problem
Fredrik
Stay awsome :-) Fredrik
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I have the same problem on my Z390 Phantom Gaming-ITX/ac.
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Take a look at this thread:

https://forum.asrock.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=19692&KW=windows+11&PID=90591&title=windows-11-installation-compatibility#90591

It details what is needed to upgrade to Windows 11 on supported platforms. I am
not sure if it is still possible to install a fresh copy on unsupported systems
but the info on how to do so is included in the thread.
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thats rather odd, microsoft isnt blocking windows updates on unsupported systems (yet), or did it change recently?
i do have supported hardware, but i dont use secureboot (hardware features all off), hvci is off, tpm disabled and many more security stuffs turned off through bios/group policy
and yet windows updates on win11 still works as i got KB5010386 installed (2days old cumulative update)


just a question, windows 11 is already installed and windows updates doesnt work?
or youre at windows 10 and tryin to update to windows 11 from there?
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