Microsoft announced Windows 11!

Discussion in 'Operating Systems' started by 386SX, Jun 26, 2021.

  1. KissSh0t

    KissSh0t Ancient Guru

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    How is it that a little application made by "Not Microsoft" is more informative and actually works... compared to the one released by Microsoft.

    It really does make you wonder about the skill of programmers at Microsoft.

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    allesclar Ancient Guru

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    lol looks like i will be running Windows 10 for a good few more years then.....
     
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  3. tsunami231

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    Yah i gave up on use MS tool this tool much more informative. I can get ok on all my cpu compatibility sadly

    I think MS want to be as vague as possible, to get people to go out buy new pc's
     
  4. KissSh0t

    KissSh0t Ancient Guru

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    The classic... Windows 11 is Free.... but you have to buy a new PC.
     

  5. Ghosty

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    How much is it going to cost? I predict that it will cost 100 earth money.
     
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    Cronik Maha Guru

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    sykozis Ancient Guru

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    Hate to resurrect this thread but..... That little app drove me crazy for weeks.... It kept saying that I was good, while Windows10 kept saying that TPM2 wasn't detected. As it turns out, Windows10 was wrong and that little app was correct. Of course, the people at ASRock were wrong as well..... ASRock tech support said I just needed to enable a single setting in UEFI to enable the fTPM. Turns out, there are 2 settings that have to be enabled for AMD's fTPM to work. I was even preparing to reinstall Win10 over a freakin UEFI setting that shouldn't even exist!!!!!
     
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    ramthegamer Ancient Guru

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    Hello people, i would like to ask,i m using asus z170k and i7 6700k, how can i enable/ unhide the tpm option in bios in order to install win 11???
     
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    Too old system. You really can't. And you absolutely do not need W11.

    Best bet is starting installing W11 with anything intel or amd related, released at 2018 or a later date. Everything from 2017 and earlier is EOL.

    People should just accept that fact. W11 is intended for use, with any hardware released in 2-3 years back providing customer support for 9-10 years. That's the healthy OS development cycle. There isn't any science behind it.
     

  11. sykozis

    sykozis Ancient Guru

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    Processor itself is not official supported and there's no TPM present. You would have to buy a TPM2.0 add-in card, then enable TPM function in UEFI. Then bypass hardware checks.

    People are never going to accept it. There are still people with old HD4000 series cards that are mad because AMD stopped supporting them.... People think any hardware they buy should be supported indefinitely.
     
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    my z170 6700k pass these TPM check just have enable some setting on in BIOS, that be said it fails for another reason. cause IF i enable the setting in bios both MS and 3rd party tool report back my system passes the TPM check, I dont remeber the bios setting, i probably posted about in another thread. I dont have access to pc to actual check the setting. pretty sure it Bios side though
     
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    PTT
     
  14. tsunami231

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    That sound right seeing I pretty sure i got that info from you. :p

    like said it pass all that stuff fine, it just fails from some on know reason that the 3rd party programed didnt really specify either.


    here is the post i made with screen shot
    Check if your PC is compatible with the Microsoft Windows 11 tool

    it say TPM 2 which assume meand 2.0? but i could be wrong but does pass the TPM
     
  15. sykozis

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    Eh, I'm open to being wrong. I don't have a system running with a Z170 board anymore. My oldest system is running an Athlon 3000G.
    Processor is still unsupported though.
     

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    yah my 6770k will probably die like my gpu before do new system prices are simple stupid now, so i in no rush to go to 11

    Old system I still have running is Duo Core e8400 running win 10. gave it new life with SSD and clean install of window 10, it good to go for web browsing and soliatre for another 5 years
     

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