From the System Utilities screen, select System Configuration > BIOS/Platform Configuration (RBSU) > Server Security. Select Trusted Platform Module Options and press the Enter key. Select Enabled to enable the TPM and BIOS secure startup. The TPM is fully functional in this mode.
To enable Secure Boot: Check secure Boot Status via the System Information app. Then reboot into BIOS and enable it under security or boot settings.
To enable TPM: Check TPM status under Windows Security. If it’s disabled or not available, reboot into BIOS, and check under security to enable it.
How to enable TPM on Your Windows PC or laptop?
Open Settings on these PCs and navigate to Update & Security.
Now click on “Recovery” and in the “Advanced Startup” section, click on the “Restart Now” button.
In options, click Troubleshoot and Advanced then Options to select the UEFI Firmware Settings solution.
How to setup BitLocker TPM?
Set up like TPM. Open “Management” -> “BitLocker Panel” -> “TPM Management” (bottom left). Initialize the TPM using the main utility. It will probably need a reboot from time to time. Carefully follow the instructions for each utility, as well as any instructions that appear on the summary. If a reboot is required, log in.
How to enable TPM 2.0 in BIOS?
If you want to check if your TPM 2.0 chip is activating frequently, press Windows key + R to open a window and type tpm.msc. You will then most likely be notified if the call in the last field is similar to the one above. If not, then you should check in the BIOS if this is disabled at all (see below).
How to enable TPM Microsoft?
Enable TPM firmware for you
Press F10 to save and exit.
How to enable TPM on MSI motherboards featuring TPM 2.0?
It can be enabled by simply typing “PTT” or “AMD CPU fTPM” in BIOS “Security Device Support”. Here is a complete list of all MSI motherboards that support TPM 2.0.
How do I enable TPM in Windows 10 without BIOS?
How to maintain TPM in Windows 10
Do you need to enable TPM in BIOS for Windows 11?
However, the following components are also required for a secure version of Windows 11. In addition to enabling TPM in the motherboard BIOS, you also need to enable the Secure As Kickout feature. Thus, you will be able to successfully complete the installation of Windows 11 features.
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