I managed to fix the problem for my own PC. You need to go to the Bios and activate TPM.
Now that the hype around windows 11 has become a bit less it is time to take a look at the requirements. And it would seem that my 6 month’s old PC will die in less then 4 years.
Windows 11 kills many PC’s
At first it would seem like a bug but it is the truth. Many pc’s both new and old might not be able to run Windows 11. That alone is no reason for panic but there is another reason that is definitely worthy of panic. Windows 10 will not be supported after October 2025. So if you like me just got a new PC you will not be able to use it in late 2025. This is shit for home users but for companies this is a disaster. Imagine if you have like 50 pc’s in your company but none of the can run Windows 11.
TPM what stand for Trusted Platform Module. In short is has something to do with protecting your PC. But here is the problem. Windows 11 requires TPM 2.0. TMP 2.0 is not on every PC not even the newer ones. And if you do the Microsoft test they say that you either have to keep using Windows 10 what is a valid option as long as it is supported or buy a new PC. But like i said i got a new PC 6 month’s ago.
So what now.
I honestly don’t know at this point but if i find a solution you will be the first to know. As of right now Windows 11 kills many pc’s. The only tip that i can give you is open the Feedback app on Windows 10 and let Microsoft know about this. Together we might get their attention and force them to drop this requirement or at least extend the support for Windows 10 until at least 2030. I already made a topic on this here so please give it a thumbs up or even better tell you own story.