How to Install Windows 11 and Bypass System Requirements

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Bypass Windows 11 System Requirements

Microsoft does not recommend installing Windows 11 on devices that do not meet the minimum system requirements.

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Windows 11 has made a bunch of changes under the hood, one of them, the TPM (Trusted Platform Module), will leave many users frustrated, having to retire their old computers. Their is a way to bypass the system check upon installing Windows 11. So without further ado, we will jump right in to it.


1. Boot from a Windows 11 USB installer, and start the install process. Continue until you cannot go any further, which should bring you to the “This PC can’t run Windows 11” window. Press buttons Shift + F10 together at the same time. This will bring up the command prompt. Type regedit and press the ENTER key. The Registry Editor window will open. Expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE folder from the left side of the window. Expand the SYSTEM folder, then Right Click on the Setup folder, go to New, then Left Click on Key. A new folder will be created, make sure to name this folder LabConfig.

2. Inside the Registry Editor window on the right pane, Right Click on the white area inside this pane, a menu will appear, go to New, and then choose DWORD (32-bit) Value. A New Value #1 will appear waiting to be renamed, rename this as BypassTPMCheck. Double left click the newly created BypassTPMCheck, a new window will appear. Inside the Value data: box, change the value from 0 to 1, then click the OK button.

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3. We are going to create 3 more new values, by Right Clicking in the same right pane, in the white area. Then rename this new value to BypassCPUCheck, the next value, call it BypassRAMCheck, and the next value, call it BypassSecureBootCheck. Double left click on each one of these newly created values, and change the Value data: box from 0 to 1, remember to do this for each one you created

4. We are almost done. Close the Registry Editor window, then Close the Command Prompt window, and then close the window that said “This PC can’t run Windows 11”. A dialog box will pop up asking “Are you sure you want to quit?” Choose the Yes button. You will be left with a window to choose Install Now, go ahead and Install Windows 11. That’s it! Congratulations, you are now on your way to installing Windows 11 on your computer, completley bypassing all of the system requirements.