Windows 11 has some special requirements before you can install it on your PC. For example, it needs TPM2.0 to be present on the motherboard and enabled. This TMP chip is available somewhere on the motherboard allows encryption related security features, hello verification of your identity using your biometric data and encryption of data (strings, text and file).
All the older computers that use a motherboard without any TMP chip, are not able to install Windows 11 even if they satisfy all the other requirements. There is a workaround for those people who are using very old computers without any TPM chip. This workaround works only on Windows 10 because only from Windows 10, we can upgrade to Windows 11.
For disabling the requirement of the TPM 2.0 chip on the motherboard, first of all we download “TPM 2.0 Bypass” tool from its GitHub page. This tool is fully portable and does not require any other functions. In this small tool, we can see the current status of the TPM check by clicking on the Check button. The check is automatically done without clicking on any button when we launch this tool.
If your system status is showing that “TPM Bypass is off. Cannot install Windows 11.” then we can click on the Turn on Bypass button to make the changes to Windows. We need to restart Windows at least one time after these changes before attempting to install Windows 11.
After installing the Windows 11, we can launch this tool once again. This time, we can undo the changes made by the previous steps. For this, we can click on the Turn off Bypass button. And once again, it requires the user to restarts Windows so that the changes are loaded from the Registry.
TPM 2.0 Bypass, adds some registry entries on Windows so that the Windows 11 installation process does not check for the existence pf the TPM chip. This is a handy tool to have if you are upgrading your system to Wndows 11.
You can download TPM 2.0 Bypass from https://freetimetech.com/tpm-bypass-to-install-windows-11/.