Summit E13 Flip Evo does not meet the system requirements for Windows 11

Joined
Oct 13, 2021
Messages
3
The "Windows PC Health Check" utility on my "MSI Summit E13 Flip Evo A11MT-206RU" reports that this computer does not meet the system requirements for Windows 11.
TPM 2.0 Trusted Platform Module must be supported and enabled on this computer.

The specification of this laptop model claims the presence of TPM 2.0 and support for Windows 11.

Is this a malfunction of my laptop or am I doing something wrong?
 

drek4

Active member
PRIVATE FIRST CLASS
Joined
Feb 18, 2018
Messages
821
The "Windows PC Health Check" utility on my "MSI Summit E13 Flip Evo A11MT-206RU" reports that this computer does not meet the system requirements for Windows 11.
TPM 2.0 Trusted Platform Module must be supported and enabled on this computer.

The specification of this laptop model claims the presence of TPM 2.0 and support for Windows 11.

Is this a malfunction of my laptop or am I doing something wrong?
Advanced BIOS, RIGHT SHIFT+RIGHT CTRL+LEFT ALT+F2
 
Joined
Oct 13, 2021
Messages
3
Thank you very much.
I solved my problem.
After entering BIOS "Del" Pressed RIGHT SHIFT + RIGHT CTRL + LEFT ALT + F2 to switch to Advanced BIOS.
 

drek4

Active member
PRIVATE FIRST CLASS
Joined
Feb 18, 2018
Messages
821
I haven't figured it out yet. There is nothing particularly new, except for an unusual inconvenience.
Well they most likely added a few bells and whistles to make it desirable, but the main idea is that it will be easier for them to update, since it's basically an improved Windows 10.
MS must always think of profit and reducing their costs.
The new Office series should be out soon!
Think of all the companies and individuals that will purchase a new desktop/laptop to benefit from a new Windows 11 with auto update on this desktop/laptop.
I'm sure there will be no giveaway to the MFGs for the new Windows 11 sold at a premium price.
 
Top