Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Jun 25, 2021.
That W11 tool checker, is beta software, as the W11.
No one should be in a hurry to install beta os. People should wait.
Beta OS from a trillion dollar company. For them a new rig costs as much as a glass of water. For us, new rig costs a fortune. Find the error.
Anyway after i enabled amd ftpm
My 5950 with RTX 3090, 64 Gig ram, two 2tb NVME drives, and 8Tb hard drive don't pass.
I would upgrade but to what?
Do you have user account control enabled?
I don't know man seems like a pretty under-powered pc to me.... maybe you just need more ram.
This is sarcasm.
Weird, mine fails even with fTPM enabled.
No im not signed in.
Just a pure uefi, secure boot disabled, ftpm enabled.
Ok.. thanks :x
It's well knows microsoft is a s$$t.........refused to install on a quad core 8 gb ram ...............check this tries and it works ..............................ms go to hell !
ran on a much older machine ....................
It doesnt need secure boot
well mine has never been enabled .. just ftpm in firmware mode
I'm not trying to install the unfinished leaked build of Windows 11, I'm trying to figure out why the microsoft check compatibility tool won't run on my system, which has windows 10.
It's looking for fTPM and pure UEFI. If you're running legacy/MBR it will fail. At least that seems to be my impression from the limited troubleshooting I've done on this. I'm not going anywhere near 11 itself until it's officially released.
System is in uefi mode, it a newish motherboard I guess... "ASUS TUF Gaming B550 Plus Wi-Fi", enabled ftpm... it's the WindowsPCHealthCheck program itself, it doesn't "appear" when running it, if I keep trying to run it over and over it just creates new instances that only show in task manager.
Just to show what it's doing... I guess they haven't finished developing this WindowsPCHealthCheck tool *shrugs*
Open powershell and run this command: get-tpm
fTPM and UEFI/GPT should be enough but considering this tool thinks my PC is 5 years old, I wouldn't put any stock in it.
After enabling TPM my system is Win 11 ready as well.
Maybe two years after release i'll give it a go, just like with Win 10.
It's not conspiracy, it's just the app that is obviously made to make people buy new thing...
It say "no you can't" when the reality is "yes no problem it will work",
because YES windows 11 work on this PC... and nothing to touch in bios at all.
And on that this program is just a crap.