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timpoll812b002b2

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Hello!
Could you please help me with BIOS problem.
I have GT70 ONC and I want to upgrade to Windows 11, but I couldn't enable an advanced BIOS to enable TMP for Windows 11. I used combination left Alt + right Shift + right Ctrl +F2, but it didn't work. Maybe there is different ways for advanced BIOS activation?

Should I update BIOS? Mine hasn't updated since purchase date.
My BIOS is E1762IMS.50U.23.11.2012
There are 3 different BIOS version on the MSI site for GT70 ONC, so I don't know which should I choose?
 

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Your laptop quite old.
The processor does not support windows 11.
Yes, but I want to try how it will work on my laptop. I don't see any issues against it. Their policy about processors was established on safety and was critisized a lot of times. They even offer to add a line in a registry for users with non-suitable processors.
 

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Thanks for the link, but I want to try to enable TMP in my BIOS first. And use standart Windows installer. But I can't find TMP in BIOS without advanced mode :confused:
My BIOS version is 50U, so I don't know what these U-version mean
Your CPU doesn't have TPM. That's why you can't enable it.
Your CPU MIGHT have Intel Platform Trust Technology (PTT), which is similar, but there isn't much info on if Windows 11 supports it at all, or will work with it.

So, yeah, your 4th Gen CPU doesn't have TPM at all. Intel didn't start putting TPM in their chips until some of the 7th generation chips, and it was in most 8th generation chips.
 

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Your CPU doesn't have TPM. That's why you can't enable it.
Your CPU MIGHT have Intel Platform Trust Technology (PTT), which is similar, but there isn't much info on if Windows 11 supports it at all, or will work with it.

So, yeah, your 4th Gen CPU doesn't have TPM at all. Intel didn't start putting TPM in their chips until some of the 7th generation chips, and it was in most 8th generation chips.
Wow, it's sad :rolleyes:
I like my laptop and it works good despite being a ten-years-old.
Anyway thank you for the information.
 

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Hello!
Could you please help me with BIOS problem.
I have GT70 ONC and I want to upgrade to Windows 11, but I couldn't enable an advanced BIOS to enable TMP for Windows 11. I used combination left Alt + right Shift + right Ctrl +F2, but it didn't work. Maybe there is different ways for advanced BIOS activation?

Should I update BIOS? Mine hasn't updated since purchase date.
My BIOS is E1762IMS.50U.23.11.2012
There are 3 different BIOS version on the MSI site for GT70 ONC, so I don't know which should I choose?
TMP? don't you mean, tpm?
 

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Your CPU doesn't have TPM. That's why you can't enable it.
Your CPU MIGHT have Intel Platform Trust Technology (PTT), which is similar, but there isn't much info on if Windows 11 supports it at all, or will work with it.

So, yeah, your 4th Gen CPU doesn't have TPM at all. Intel didn't start putting TPM in their chips until some of the 7th generation chips, and it was in most 8th generation chips.
intel is starterd putting TPM on 6th gen
 

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Hello!
Could you please help me with BIOS problem.
I have GT70 ONC and I want to upgrade to Windows 11, but I couldn't enable an advanced BIOS to enable TMP for Windows 11. I used combination left Alt + right Shift + right Ctrl +F2, but it didn't work. Maybe there is different ways for advanced BIOS activation?

Should I update BIOS? Mine hasn't updated since purchase date.
My BIOS is E1762IMS.50U.23.11.2012
There are 3 different BIOS version on the MSI site for GT70 ONC, so I don't know which should I choose?
you dont need to have tpm,in the network has so many tutorial to skip the TPM verification,i have a MSI GT60 20C in the BIOS frabric version and i Windows 11 works with tricks to skip verification in the installer
 

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TMP? don't you mean, tpm?
OMG, of course TPM, sorry 😳


you dont need to have tpm,in the network has so many tutorial to skip the TPM verification,i have a MSI GT60 20C in the BIOS frabric version and i Windows 11 works with tricks to skip verification in the installer
Yes, I saw it, but I thought it will affect the stability and safety some way. So if you have a succesful experience I can try it too 🙃 Thank you for support 🙂
 

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OMG, of course TPM, sorry 😳



Yes, I saw it, but I thought it will affect the stability and safety some way. So if you have a succesful experience I can try it too 🙃 Thank you for support 🙂
no problem! yes isnt necessary the tpm to run windows 11,if you are using windows 10,windows 11 probably works for you,its the same of windows 10 with little customizations...
 

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OMG, of course TPM, sorry 😳



Yes, I saw it, but I thought it will affect the stability and safety some way. So if you have a succesful experience I can try it too 🙃 Thank you for support 🙂
and.. stability no... its the same to using windows 10 without tpm,only is a extra security method... isnt it important..
 

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intel is starterd putting TPM on 6th gen
No, they didn't. They even mention that they didn't until a very few select 7th gen, and 8th gen. But hey, I'll trust Intel over some random forum post.

As far as needing it, it's a registry hack to get it to work. Nothing will stop Microsoft from eventually locking you out of updates either with the hack.....

Hence why some just stick to saying it's required.
 

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No, they didn't. They even mention that they didn't until a very few select 7th gen, and 8th gen. But hey, I'll trust Intel over some random forum post.

As far as needing it, it's a registry hack to get it to work. Nothing will stop Microsoft from eventually locking you out of updates either with the hack.....

Hence why some just stick to saying it's required.
I tell you from my own experience, I had an hp laptop on an i5-6200u with tpm 2.0 and in the same laptop i dont have 0 problems to install win 11 (except the processor support,but the installer of win 11 dont verify the procesor compatibily list
 
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