How to bypass TPM, Secure boot, CPU and RAM check on Windows 11 installation

Microsoft introduces TPM 2.0, secure boot, CPU, and RAM specs for computers to run Windows 11, older computers snubbed with these qualities.

Based with Microsoft company, older CPUs are no longer support Windows 11, only 6th generation CPUs and above are eligible for current operating system, as you know, update support for Windows 10 it only last on 2025.

Windows 10 update is going to expire in 2025, as old devices users have no option to upgrade to new improved OS. Microsoft just released Windows 11 late on 2021 with improved features from 10 but require new CPUs with secure boot and TPM 2.0. The new OS require also at least 4GB of RAM.

Based with my research, Windows 11 is still works fine with older CPUs but not all editions, Enterprise OS works better with these machines but it require few tweaks to run with that’s why I’m going to share on how to do that.

This tip concerning modification of some Windows 11 files to prevent system check, but I recommend to you all to make sure that your device posses at least 4GB RAM and above, for Enterprise OS, 8GB RAM is right spot.

There are numerous ways to achieve this, but for me I’m going to share with you the easiest way, which is by using Rufus program.

Rufus program used to create bootable USB drive from ISO, majority are using this software because it supports almost all operating systems.

Here are the steps on how to bypass TPM, secure boot, CPU, and RAM check on Windows 11 installation using Rufus;

  • Download latest version of Rufus and Run it.
  • Connect USB drive to PC for creating bootable OS
  • Select extended version OS
  • Start Click start to initiate creating bootable installation drive
  • Done, restart your PC then install Windows 11

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