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    Default Win 11 upgrade

    so I get the message that my PC will not run Win 11 :
    TPM] not detected
    AMD Rysen 3 2200 G with Radeon vega graphics

    Has 8g ram.
    Any advice or comments please. I always try to keep up with upgrades just because.
    thanks

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    Default Re: Win 11 upgrade

    Your CPU doesn't appear to be supported: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...amd-processors

    However in saying that, you could still install it manually, if TPM is enabled - in your BIOS, look for an option called "fTPM" and turn it on.
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    Default Re: Win 11 upgrade

    Quote Originally Posted by pcuser42 View Post
    Your CPU doesn't appear to be supported: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...amd-processors

    However in saying that, you could still install it manually, if TPM is enabled - in your BIOS, look for an option called "fTPM" and turn it on.
    Actually it seems thats not quite true -- Just downloaded the New ISO from Microsoft and it bluntly refused to install, no options to proceed at own risk etc. The ONLY component that is not compatible is the CPU. The TPM is detected and passed.
    Last edited by wainuitech; 05-10-2021 at 04:10 PM.

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    Default Re: Win 11 upgrade

    Best option is to find what CPU's your Board will support

    You may find a Ryzen 3 that qualifies

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    Thanks will talk to my man. What will I expect to pay to upgrade that please?

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    Default Re: Win 11 upgrade

    Yeah OK-- What a screw up Microsoft !!

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    Attached original W10 Drive and ran their own Tester: ( the larger pictures are from W10 - the smaller is from the empty Drive)

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    Default Re: Win 11 upgrade

    I pass the Microsoft PC Health check and Why Not Windows 11

    This one from ghacks https://bytejams.com/ says graphic's does not cut the mustard

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    Default Re: Win 11 upgrade

    Stick with windows 10 until you eventually need to replace the PC, easiest solution. By the time windows 10 reaches end of life the 2200G will be a 7 year old CPU (from initial release date not from when you purchased it)

    I also tend to upgrade as soon as possible, jumped on windows 8 and windows 10 when I could, but I'm thinking I won't this time. To be fair though there's very little chance I will still be using this same PC for gaming in 2025.
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    Default Re: Win 11 upgrade

    It's unlike the previous versions of Windows, Microsoft is not trying to encourage people to use Windows 11!

    Remember, those days when MS 'forced' Win7 /8 users to upgrade to Win10?

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    Default Re: Win 11 upgrade

    Your CPU isnt compatible.
    Your older MB might not support the latest gen ryzens

    Dont waste your time and money .
    You dont NEED Win11

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