There are several ways available to install Windows 11 after bypassing minimum hardware requirements. You can modify the Windows 11 bootable ISO that automatically neglects system requirements. Create a Windows 11 bootable USB flash drive and then ignore TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot. Even the popular software Rufus has now enabled the support to bypass TPM, Secure Boot, and RAM checks in bootable Windows 11 USB drives.
Apart from the methods mentioned above, you can also use the registry to bypass Windows 11 strict requirements, including RAM, secure boot, and TPM 2.0.
How to Disable the TPM check-in Registry to Install Windows 11 on Unsupported Hardware?
This method is helpful to bypass strict hardware requirements to install Windows 11 on unsupported hardware PCs. But, your computer needs at least a TPM 1.2 module. Otherwise, you cannot bypass the TPM requirement to install Windows 11. If you have TPM 1.2, you can follow this tutorial to create Windows 11 Installation media on your computer. Else you can use above any method that you would like to use.
Step 1. Open the Registry Editor on the PC where you want to install Windows 11.
To do that, press
Step 2. When the Registry Editor window opens, navigate to the following key in the left sidebar:-
Step 3. Then right-click on the MoSetup folder and select New > DWORD (32-bit) Value. Name it as
Step 4. Next, double-click on it to modify its value. Set the “Value data” as “1.”
Step 6. When done, click the
That’s it!. Now reboot your computer. Enter into the boot menu by pressing F2, F9, DEL, or any other key combined with your PC. Set the boot order. Boot your PC with a bootable USB drive or DVD that you have created to install Windows 11 on your PC. You should not get any error of TPM or unsupported CPU.