How to enable TPM 2.0 Windows 11

Trusted Platform Module (TPM) technology is hardware-based security technology. TPM chips are crypto-processors that are secure for performing cryptographic operations. The chip includes several physical security mechanisms to make it resistant to interference, and malicious software cannot damage TPM security functions. Some of the main advantages of using TPM technology are:

  • Generate, store, and limit the use of cryptographic keys.
  • Authentication of the device by using the unique RSA key TPM
  • Helps ensure the integrity of the platform by taking and storing security measurements.
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The most common function of TPM is to measure system integrity and the creation or use of keys. During the system boot process, the boot code (including firmware and operating system components) is measured and recorded in TPM. This integrity measurement is to ensure that only the correct software performs the system boot.

How to enableTPM

This TPM setting can be changed through UEFI BIOS (PC firmware).

For every manufacturer, the way to get into the BIOS is not the same, but in general, it is to press the keyboard key“F10, F2, F12, F1 or DEL” when the new PC is on.

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How to enable PC Hp TPM

  1. Turn on the computer and press the“F10” button to start the BIOS settings menu.
  2. On the“Security”tab, check if the status of your TPM Device is“Hidden”.
  3. Change “TPM device status” to “Available”.
  4. Change“TPM State”to“Enabled”.
  5. Press“F10” to exit, and then click Yes to save the change.

How to enable Dell PC TPM

  1. Turn on the computer and press the“F2” button when the Dell logo appears
  2. Go to the “Security” section
  3. Select “TPM 2.0 Security”
  4. Select “TPM On”
  5. Select “Apply”
  6. Select “Exit”
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How to enable Lenovo PC TPM

  1. Turn on the computer and press the“F2” button
  2. Go to the “Security” section
  3. For Intel Motherboards, select the option“Intel Platform Trust Technology”to“Enabled”.
  4. For AMD Motherboards, select the option“AMD Platform Security Processor”to“Enabled”.
  5. Press“F10” to exit, and then click Yes to save the change.