What is TPM 2.0 Chip Motherboard, How To Fix Windows 11 TPM 2.0 Module Error

If You are going to install & upgrade Windows 11 from windows 10 or lower version in your pc/Laptop then you must know What is TPM 2.0 Chip Motherboard? If windows 11 is forcing everyone to use TPM Chips or getting How To Fix Windows 11 TPM 2.0 Module Error then read the complete article. Also find out How To Activate/ Enable TPM From Bios For Windows 11.

Microsoft has unveiled the windows 11 on 24th June 2021 across the world. Microsoft has announced on 29th June 2021 that Windows 11 will require TPM (Trusted Platform Module) chips on existing and new devices. Microsoft also released PC Health Check app for System Check for Windows 11 install & Upgrade from windows 10, 7 etc.

What is TPM 2.0 Chips in Motherboard ?

After Microsoft announcement that TPM chips are necessary to install the Windows 11. All the Windows 11 lovers are very excited to know what is TPM Chips Motherboard . The Trusted Platform Modules (TPM) 2.0 is a tiny chip that is either integrated into your PC’s motherboard or added separately into the CPU.

In simple words, TPM Chips, or Trusted Platform Module, is basically a secure cryptoprocessing chip on your PC or laptop motherboard.

How to Fix “This PC Can’t Run Windows 11′ Error” 2021

Here we want to discuss that Why PC Health Check App is showing This PC Can’t Run Windows 11 error.

Microsoft introduced the TPM 1.2 or TPM 2.0 in 2017 for Security purpose. Now Most of PC’s or Laptop’s kept the TPM module disabled by default. So Many of you are getting “This PC Can’t Run Windows 11″ while using PC Health Check app.

Now Questions is How To Activate/ Enable TPM From Bios For Windows 11. You can check TPM availability by pressing Win + R shortcut and running tpm.msc.

Leave a Comment