Let’s go back to talking about windows 11, after seeing how to check if the TPM is enabled on your computer today we will see how to bypass TPM verification.
Windows 11 | How to Bypass TPM 2.0 Verification
For those who are not aware of it, the new Microsoft operating system has introduced the presence of the TPM among the minimum technical specifications required for the execution of the operating system.
But what is this required verification?
TPM technology – Trusted Platform Module – is the name used to indicate a microchip implemented as an add-on module for a computer motherboard.
Trusted Platform Module (TPM) technology is designed to provide hardware-based security-related functions. A TPM chip is a secure cryptoprocessor designed to perform cryptographic operations.
The chip includes multiple physical security mechanisms that can protect it from tampering; therefore, malicious software will not be able to tamper with the security features of the TPM.
Here are what changes we need to make to bypass the TPM 2.0 verification
Edit the Windows System Registry
Once you have downloaded the ISO image of Windows 11 and started the installation procedure, the verification of the minimum hardware requirements starts and then you will receive the message you find at the opening of the article.
To get around the block, just press the Shift + F10 key combination to open the command prompt and type regedit.exe.
This will start the registry editor where you will need to go to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SYSTEM \ Setup location and create a new key called LabConfig where to create the following DWORDs:
BypassTPMCheck = dword: 00000001
BypassSecureBootCheck = dword: 00000001
Edit ISO Image
In the Windows 11 ISO image you downloaded you need to replace the appraiserres.dll file in the sources folder with the same file present in the Windows 10 ISO image. Then recreate the image with Rufus or similar programs and restart the installation.