Hi, i have a few questions regarding windows 10 and 11?

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Hi, i have already enabled tpm 2.0 and enabled secure boot state.

but i notice in system information it says: "unsupported"?

am i missing a file or something?

as for group policy editor. do i have that?

i have nvidia geforce gtx 1050 ti.

amd ryzen 7 1800x eight core processor.

i have 16 gigs of ram installed.

i may need to update my ram eventually.

my virtual memory is 20 gigs total.

then for total left 12 gigs.

so my bios menu is amd based.

i also notice i have virtualization based security not enabled?

i see that is part of group policy editor thing?

will that fix the error of: " my computer is not eligable and such?"
 

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Ummm. No.

Follow these instructions from the tutorial:


Or these instructions from the same tutorial:


If either of those se a TPM 2.0 device you're fine - nothing further needed.

If they do not, you'll have to refer to your motherboard manufacturer's user guide to find exactly what your AMD based mobo calls the TPM and where to locate it. Different OEMs use their own custom UEFI interfaces, and sometimes even use completely different names for different options.

If you know the motherboard manufacturer, that would go a log way as to being able to help you enalbed TPM (if it is, indeed, present but disabled).
 

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Ummm. No.

Follow these instructions from the tutorial:


Or these instructions from the same tutorial:


If either of those se a TPM 2.0 device you're fine - nothing further needed.

If they do not, you'll have to refer to your motherboard manufacturer's user guide to find exactly what your AMD based mobo calls the TPM and where to locate it. Different OEMs use their own custom UEFI interfaces, and sometimes even use completely different names for different options.

If you know the motherboard manufacturer, that would go a log way as to being able to help you enalbed TPM (if it is, indeed, present but disabled).
my version of amd is 2.9.0. that what the tmp version is. number two.

i have enabled tpm. i was able to find that in bios.
 

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Im gonna assume its to do with the 1st gen ryzen, Not that it wont work, It just isnt on the "supported" Cpu list. Anything after or including 2nd gen ryzen and intel 8000 series onwards show as supported, Anything before will show as unsupported for the time being atleast, Whether they add support for these cpus i dont know, But im pretty sure they will work on most things within reason, Might just not say its compatible
 

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