How to Install Windows 11 without TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot?

What is TPM 2.0?

TPM 2.0 is a Trusted Platform Module. It is required to run Windows 11 OS. The trusted Platform Module is an essential building block for security-related features. TPM 2.0 is used in Windows 11 for Windows Hello for identity protection and Bitlocker for data protection. The job of TPM 2.0  is to protect data used to authenticate your computer.

TPM utility

Due to security reasons, Microsoft made TPM 2.0 mandatory for installing Windows 11. But not everybody can afford that costly computer. So what to do? How to install Windows 11 operating system without TPM?

The answer is you can install Windows 11 OS without having TPM on your PC. In this post, we will show you how you can install Windows 11 OS without TPM 2.0.

How to install Windows 11 without TPM 2.0 by Replacing Windows 11 files with Windows 10?

It is the best option to upgrade your Windows OS from Windows 10 to Windows 11 if your computer does not support TPM 2.0. This method will replace some Windows 11 files with windows 10.

For that, follow the below-given steps:

Step 1: Now download both ISO files and Windows 10 ISO and Windows 11.

Step 2: After that, extract both files into a separate folder with the help of WinRAR.

Sources-folder-of-Windows-11-and-Windows-10

Step 3: Keep both folders side by side by decreasing their size or dragging them.

Step 4: Now, press CTRL+A from the computer keyboard in Windows 10 source folder to select all files. After that, press and hold the CTRL key and click on install.wim file to deselect it. The above image is for reference. Then, right-click and select the copy option to copy all files except install.wim from the Windows 10 folder and paste it into Windows 11 source folder.

Step 5: Next, when prompted, allow replacing all files.

Windows-11-Setup-file

That’s it. Now your file is ready to be installed. If you want to upgrade your computer OS, run the setup file from the Windows 11 folder. Follow the instructions to upgrade your OS  from Windows 10 to 11.

That’s all for this article. I hope this article will add some value to your work.

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