In this Article, we are going to show you how can you Bypass TPM and install Windows 11 on any PC.
Microsoft recently published their latest version of Windows. It called Windows 11. There are many attractive features are added in Windows 11.
As a requirement, TPM is essential for Windows 11. But TPM is not available on all PC as it is only available on those PC that is using the latest motherboard.
So, it is really a matter of great sorrow for those people who are hoping to install Windows 11 on their PC but they don’t have TPM installed. Or not available on their motherboard.
To remove this kind of issue, we are offering you this article which will show the process of bypassing the TPM requirement in detail.
Before starting the tutorial, first, let’s check if really you need to bypass the TPM. To do that you need to check if TPM is available on your PC or not.
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Check if your PC has TPM (Trusted Platform Module)
To check it, just follow the steps given below:
Step 1: First, press “Windows + R” on your keyboard to open the “Run” dialogue box.
Step 2: Now, type “tpm.msc” and press enter from your Keyboard.
Step 3: Now a window will open which will provide you the details if TPM is installed or not. If you see a window like below screenshot, you don’t have TPM on your PC or it is not activated in your BIOS.
If you see that TPM is installed on your device then you don’t need to bypass it. You can easily go ahead and install the Windows 11 on your PC.
How to Install the Windows 11 Without TPM
To bypass the TPM while installing Windows 11, you need to follow some steps carefully.
Before getting started make sure that you have these required files:
- Windows 10 ISO file (Download Windows 10 ISO)
- Windows 11 ISO file
You also need to install one of these applications on your PC
After having all of these ready, you can go ahead for the process.
Solution: Edit and Repack the Windows 11 ISO to bypass TPM
To solve the Windows 11 Compatible issue for TPM, you need to do these things Step by Step:
- First, download the Windows 10 ISO file and Windows 11 ISO on your Storage.
- From Windows 11 ISO file, find “install.wim” file and convert it to “install.esd” file.
- In Windows 10 ISO file, find “install.esd” file and replace it with the converted “install.esd” file.
- Now, at last, save the Windows 10 ISO file and create a bootable Pendrive using it and install Windows 11 as you do for others.
Convert Windows 11 Install.wim file to Install.esd file
To convert Windows 11 “install.win” file to “install.esd” file, you need to follow these steps:
Step 1: First, you need to download WinRAR and install it on your PC.
Find install.wim file in Windows 11 ISO
Step 2: After installing WinRAR, navigate to the Windows 11 ISO file and right-click on it. Then extract the file to your desired location.
Step 3: Now, navigate to the extracted file and open it.
Step 4: Open the “sources” folder and find “install.wim“.
Step 5: Now, copy the “install.wim” file to a different location.
Please make sure that the location you choose, don’t has any white space in name. Otherwise the process may failed in some case.
Open Command Prompt
Step 6: Now press “Windows + S” from your keyboard and search for “cmd“.
Step 7: Now you will see an app named “Command Prompt” in search result. From the right side of that, click on “Run as administrator“.
Step 8: After opening the command prompt on your Windows 10, open the location where you have kept the Windows 11 “install.wim” file. Now copy the address from the address bar.
Type Command One
Step 9: After completing the step 8, go back to CMD and type the following command. Then press Enter from you keyboard.
[Note:] Don’t forget to replace “<Your install.wim location>” with your install.wim location. You may have copied the location on Step 8.
dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:<Your install.wim location>\install.wim
Example: dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:D:\Windows11\InstallWim\install.wim
Step 10: Now you will see a list of SKUs which is bundled in the Windows 11 ISO file. Note down the Index number of the SKU or Name which you want to install on your PC.
For this tutorial, we want to install Windows 11 Pro in our system. So, we are going to note down the Index number: 6.
Type Command Two
Step 11: Now type the following command and press Enter from your keyboard.
[Note:] Replace “<Your install.wim location>” with the location of your install.wim file which you can find from the Step 8. Replace “<Your converted install.esd desired location>” with the location where you want to keep your install.esd file. Replace “<Index Number>” with your noted number.
dism /export-image /SourceImageFile:<Your install.wim location>\install.wim /SourceIndex:<Index Number> /DestinationImageFile:<Your converted install.esd desired location> /Compress:recovery /CheckIntegrity
Example: dism /export-image /SourceImageFile:D:\Windows11\InstallWim\install.wim /SourceIndex:6 /DestinationImageFile:D:\Windows11\InstallWim\install.esd /Compress:recovery /CheckIntegrity
Step 12: Wait until the converting process is completed. It may take some moment to complete the process perfectly.
Step 13: After the process is complete, type “exit” in command prompt to close the window.
Replace “install.esd” in Windows 10 ISO and repack the ISO
Follow these steps to replace the “install.esd” file in Windows 10 ISO. After completing these steps your Windows 11 bypass TPM process will almost complete.
Step 1: Navigate to your Windows 10 ISO file. Right-Click on it and click on “Open with UltraISO“.
Step 2: Open “sources” folder from the UltraISO window.
Step 3: Now find “install.esd” file and delete it from the Windows 10 ISO.
Step 4: Now find your converted “install.esd” from the bottom panel of UltraISO.
Step 5: Right-Click on it and click on “Add” to add the “install.esd” file to the Windows 10 ISO.
Step 6: Now click on the “Save icon” from the toolbar complete the process of bypassing the TPM requirement for Windows 11.
Step 7: Please wait to complete saving process. It may take some while to complete.
Your ISO is file is ready to install. Now you just need to create a bootable Pendrive using this ISO file and install the OS as you do for others.
Create a Bootable Windows 11 PenDrive
After completing the creation of bypassed TPM ISO, you need to create a Bootable Pendrive to install Windows 11 on your PC.
Follow these steps to create a Bootable Pendrive for Windows 11:
Step 1: First, you need to download Rufus on your PC. As it is portable software, you don’t need to install it.
Step 2: Connect your Pendrive with your PC.
Step 3: Open Rufus software and click on the “SELECT” button.
Step 4: Now navigate to the modified Windows 10 ISO and select it.
Step 5: At last, Click on start to start the process of creating bootable USB Drive for Windows 11.
Step 6: You may need to wait for some moment to complete the process.
You are done. You have successfully created a bootable USB Drive of Windows 11. Now you can use this USB Drive to install Windows 11 on any PC.
What should I do if I still can’t install Windows 11?
If the method don’t work for you which shown above, don’t panic.
There still another way to bypass the requirements and install Windows 11 without the TPM chip.
There is another article written by us about installing Windows 11 without the TPM requirement. You can follow the instructions and install Windows 11 on your PC.
If you still failed after doing all of these, there is only one thing you can do. That is upgrading your PC hardware. Because your PC is too outdated.
I hope you have successfully installed Windows 11 on your PC. If you faced any issue in completing any steps, please don’t hesitate to comment us below.
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