In this video, you will learn to Use Rufus to Disable TPM, Secure Boot and RAM Checks in Bootable Windows 11 USB Drive.
How to Make a Windows 11 Bootable USB drive with TPM, Secure Boot, and RAM checks Disabled?
Those Windows 11 could not install Windows 11 due to the lack of minimum hardware requirements enforced by Microsoft can use the latest version of Rufus. Here are the complete steps to make a bootable USB drive of Windows 11 that have already bypassed minimum system requirements:-
Download the latest version of Rufus utility from its official website (https://rufus.ie/downloads/).
Now, download the Windows 11 ISO from the Microsoft website (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2m2yWLOAps) if you have not already done it.
Now launch the Rufus tool on your computer.
Then connect the USB flash drive to your PC with at least 8 GB of free storage.
Note: If any valuable data is available in your flash drive, it will be erased when creating bootable USB media. Please ensure, before proceeding with further steps, take a backup of your data.
Rufus will automatically detect the inserted USB flash drive in your PC. When you’re ready, click the Select button beside “Disk or ISO image (Please select).”
In the File Explorer window that opens, select the Windows 11 ISO file and then click the Open button.
Once the ISO file is loaded in the Rufus utility, the rest of the options will be automatically selected.
Then ensure that the Partition scheme is set to “GPT” and the Target system is set to “UEFI (non CSM).”
All other options you can leave the default if you don’t know about that. After that, click the Start button.
In the pop up window, leave default options checked and click OK button.
When warning appears, click the OK button.
In a few minutes, your USB drive will turn into a bootable Windows 11 USB disk.
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