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FIREMEDIC2700

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Has any one really stopped to think about how it really matters how you get windows 11?
There are so many ways to get it. registry hacks, iso files, dump files, in place upgrades, clean installs and so on.
Is one way better than the other. Does it matter how you get it ?
Your probably going to get the ms death notice !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
Telling you that if you install it your going to die a slow painfull death.
It does appear that you can get it on unsupported machines .

I did the iso upgrade and i think a couple reg hacks and i still got the notice of death. (no tpm 2.0 & processor non supportive)
Seems to me the biggest concern would be rather or not you get the updates on the non supported machines.
Will ms send the magic command to lock up comptuer and forcing you to go back to 10? I mean i know people still using windows 7 with good results .
Probably not but i guess its tech possible. Our 2 way radio system at work can send a signal to kill a stolen/unauthorized radio thus making it useless.
Am i a pc mastermind heck no i am just a dumb hose/cot jockey that runs into stuff others run away from .
Just my 2 cents worth take it or leave it
 

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The "official" MS bypass allows you to install W11 on a non-supported CPU but does not allow you to bypass the TPM requirement other than allowing it to be 1.2. So if you've got W11 on a non-TPM PC then I would suggest be prepared to find that the next feature update to W11 (22H2) will not install.

I have done a clean install of W11 from the standard ISO on a non-supported PC that has TPM 2.0 and got no official warning, but when I tried that on an older PC with no TPM the install was refused.
 

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    MSI H410M-PRO
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    Intel i3-8100
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    Gigabyte Z370 D3
    Memory
    16 Gb
    Graphics card(s)
    Nvidia GT 720
    Sound Card
    Motherboard default
    Monitor(s) Displays
    Philips 27-inch
    Screen Resolution
    1920x1080
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    ATX 450W
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FIREMEDIC2700

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Ture, but the ture novice users would get lost on here with all the install info. as for updates like brink has said they will be posted here or in the ms update catalog. i perfer to get them from the update catalog . right now i got the 2021-10 Cumulative Update for Windows 11 for x64-based Systems (KB5006674) through the auto upates. W11 (22H2) is prob not even being considered at this time. is W11 (22H2) even on the windows preview channel ?
i guess when they stop pushing updates you have maybe 4 choices to get your updates.
1. here
2.ms update catalogs
3. in place upgrade with iso file with the latest and greatest 11.
4. dism clean up (maybe)
 

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  • OS
    windows 11
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    Manufacturer/Model
    HP ELITEDESK800 G1 SFF
    CPU
    Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4570 CPU @ 3.20GHz 3.20 GHz
    Memory
    24.0 GB (23.9 GB usable)
    Graphics Card(s)
    NVIDA G 210
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