TPM 2.0 activation on Mobo H77MA-G43

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Good evening everyone, my pc has the following motherboard: H77MA-G43 where I installed an original MSI TMP 2.0 module, as originally my board did not have it. I have tried through the BIOS (v. 1D) to activate the Trusted Platform Module but the option does not appear (UEFI + LEGACY only) and therefore it does not activate for a future installation of Windows 11. I have read that it would take the new firmware ( Click Bios 5). How can I install the new BIOS to enable TPM 2.0?
Thanks for any help or suggestions.
Francesco
 

jakub-p2

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First of all, you don't really need TPM 2 to install W11 - I'm assuming you have enough knowledge and skills to go on Google and type: Win11 without TPM.
Secondly, a tutorial of m-flash is on BIOS download page.
 

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you could encounter security & Windows update issue when you install Windows 11 w\o TPM
Do You honestly think that they would voluntarily cut off some of their own profits in order to help TPM manufacturers? I don't really think so; even then there will be 'a solution'.
 

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Do You honestly think that they would voluntarily cut off some of their own profits in order to help TPM manufacturers? I don't really think so; even then there will be 'a solution'.
No but I do think they will happily force you to buy a NEW modern PC from them so they can increase their profits

The Get win 11 web page is just one big add for buying a win 11 computer and all of them seem to be Intel so should tell you something about their business practice and who they in bed with
There is no profit for em lettin you update a older machine to WIN 11 but huge profits if you have to buy a new system.
 

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There is no profit for em lettin you update a older machine to WIN 11 but huge profits if you have to buy a new system.
While You most likely are right with other things (Intel/Nvidia, who would have thought?), You forget one thing - Microsoft's store and users data/analytics. But other than that that's true.
 
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you could encounter security & Windows update issue when you install Windows 11 w\o TPM

FUD!
as this ZDNet article points out:
 
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