It’s now officially revealed that Windows 11 requires secure boot and TPM 2.0 support which we believe is put to promote the new purchase of machines. Although any device running Windows 10 should be able to run Windows 11 without any major issue, it’s a marketing strategy that implied eliminating x86 and aged x64 hardware.
The leaked build that surfaced online seems an early Dev build of Windows 11 codename Sun valley. Many are eager to get their hands on users trying to install the build but facing ‘This PC can’t run Windows 11‘ let’s just get a workaround and install Windows 10 permanently on your PC. While it’s a rumor that the build leaked is just a Windows 10 build with a Skin pack because but we think that it’s more than that. the current Co_release channel will server the Sun vally update.
Important notes: users can’t install Windows 11 when their system doesn’t support TPM 2.0, which can be enabled from BIOS if supported.
How to check if your PC support TPM?
If your PC doesn’t support or enabled TMP 2.0. You’ll get the error while installing Windows 11 leaked build, in such a case there are multiple methods to overcome this issue and permanently install it on a computer.
Enable TPM in bios
Download Windows 11 ISO and use Rufus
Luckily, the USB creation tool goes by Rufus added this functionality in the latest version, where you can apply bypass TPM and Secure boot requirement.
- Download Windows 11
- Change Windows 11 install.wim to install.esd
- Replace this file on USB drive.
- TPM is no longer being checked.
Copy the appraiserres.dll from the Windows 10 iso into the sources folder of Windows 11 iso. After that, you can install Windows 11 on your computer regardless of TPM support.
Create a Windows-to-go USB drive and boot Windows 11 directly without actaully installing on your computer.