06-25-2021 07:42 AM
06-25-2021 10:39 AM
soroushmiri2002I dont have your model laptop. but you can find the TPM module in three ways
- Battery or AC:
- Frequency of occurrence:
- Reset OS:
- Screenshot or video:
Detailed description：i have rog g752vs . Its bios is " asus bios 305 " . I cant find the tpm option in the bios . I want to turn it on , but i cant find the option . Pls help me !
Asus bios tpm
06-27-2021 08:16 PM
06-27-2021 11:03 PM
Blake_ASUSI and other users are working in docs.microsoft.com for windows 11 articles to make article more perfect.
If you are asking this question for Win11 supporting issue, please kindly wait for more detail information to be released.
If you are asking this for current Win10 usage, we suggest you to check in BIOS directly. You would see the option in BIOS if your model support TPM function. We do not recommend to adjust BIOS option unless necessary purpose.
06-30-2021 12:13 AM
RAJU.MSC.MATHEMATICSTnx man . I know my laptop has tpm 2 . And its already active . But it seems I have to turn it on ( being just active or available doesnt mean its on ) . I dont know if my last sentence is correct or not . But the only possible reason for not being able to get windows 11 , is tpm not being on ( i turned secure boot on, and all other requirements are fine and my windows 10 is up to date ). By the way , how much free space should i have on my C drive ? I only have 10 gigabytes. That could be a reason as well . But i don't think windows 11 need more that 10 gigabytes free space , since it actually erases the previous windows 10 and that should free up a good space for windows 11 .
I dont have your model laptop. but you can find the TPM module in three ways
- under device manager, see security processor, you can see "Trusted Platform Module 2.0"
- If windows os is booted in UEFI mode, type device security in the search box, execute it , then go to security processor,
- type tpm.msc in the search box, execute it, you see tpm is active.
As per my knowledge, every intel core mobile processor has TPM 2.0 or 1.2 has embedded in processors .so the processor is called SOC.
Also, all latest intel chipset based desktop motherboard has embedded TPM 2.0 chip. so that you can find trusted platform module settings on bios.