I was a little more than slightly ticked off when I found the only reason my computer wasn't able to run Windows 11. Especially since everything in it is fairly new. It's an Asrock X570 Phantom Gaming 4 with 64GB 3600 ram an AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 12 core CPU. Then I ran Ashampoo free windows 11 compatibility check and discovered I needed The TPM chip imbedded in the Motherboard. Now my anger was redirected towards Asrock. I went to their website to complain and the first thing I saw was and add-on TPM module. I don't know if it was available from Asrock, but when I searched The Microcenter Website they don't have it.
I 'm sorry, this is not something we carry. You can check your BIOS as sometimes TPM is disabled or set to discrete by default. If you switch it to enabled or firmware then this should solve your problem.
How to get this working in my bios is clear as mud. I'll probably get it eventually.
I've got secure boot enabled in bios but I'm still being told TPM 2.0 module is not available so I cannot install Windows 11. I'm thinking this latest Microsoft virus called Windows 11 is not going to be a big hit with the general public.
Keep in mind Windows 11 is not officially released yet. There is a possibility Microsoft will remove the TPM 2.0 requirement. I would not worry about it for now until we are closer to the official launch.
Worst case scenario, you may just need to purchase that TPM directly from ASRock.
This system should support TPM. In the BIOS go to Advanced - CPU Configuration - AMD fTPM Configuration = Change to AMD CPU fTPM.
This should help as well. We used an ASRock board for this guide. https://community.microcenter.com/discussion/8804/how-to-check-for-tpm-2-0
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