Ryzen 7 /win.11 conflict with tpm

The tpm is inside the CPU so adding another is a waste of money in a lot of cases. In AMD CPU it is inside the AMD Platform Security Processor which is a ARM CPU that is completely removed from the rest of the CPU. It is what boots the PC up and creates the environment that Secure Boot uses. Only after then is the actual CPU cores started. They cannot talk to the TPM directly.

The CPU is listed as supported here - https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/w...supported/windows-11-supported-amd-processors

Have you tried to install it? Do you have latest installer from windows 11? Can get it from 2nd link here - https://www.microsoft.com/software-download/windows11
Do you have latest BIOS on the motherboard? Pretty sure it was released after the CPU anyway
I think having latest BIOS would greatly help not having any issues installing.
Win 10 doesn't use the TPM so it wouldn't cause it to not install.
 
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There should be a setting in your UEFI BIOS that can enable or disable TPM. Different Motherboards might have it in different sections. E.g. Advanced or Security.

Even if you have a CPU that supports TPM you probably need to enable that setting as well as it normally is disabled by default.
 
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Thanks all, yes the cpu is on the list, but I've updated to asrock's 3.40 bios and enabled AMD secure boot and still the OS doesn't get past file download before errors start. Asrock usa's latest advice is to move the win.11 usb to the I/O. I'm a minute away from placing the tpm chip on MB
 
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which tpm problem exactly? i have win 11 on that same CPU, seems to work fine.

What motherboard do you have?
Following asrock support enabled AMD secure boot-active and standard, and got windows ...pc does not meet min.requirements... I built new pc with b550 extreme4 MB and 32 gig 3600 mhz ram, must be the ftpm fault-about to put in the tpm chip and turn on sp1 tpm in nios
 
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The tpm is inside the CPU so adding another is a waste of money in a lot of cases. In AMD CPU it is inside the AMD Platform Security Processor which is a ARM CPU that is completely removed from the rest of the CPU. It is what boots the PC up and creates the environment that Secure Boot uses. Only after then is the actual CPU cores started. They cannot talk to the TPM directly.

The CPU is listed as supported here - https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/w...supported/windows-11-supported-amd-processors

Have you tried to install it? Do you have latest installer from windows 11? Can get it from 2nd link here - https://www.microsoft.com/software-download/windows11
Do you have latest BIOS on the motherboard? Pretty sure it was released after the CPU anyway
I think having latest BIOS would greatly help not having any issues installing.
Win 10 doesn't use the TPM so it wouldn't cause it to not install.
Have installed latest bios provided by asrock support(3.40) and after enabling amd secure boot the OS STILL doesn't download ...pc doesn't meet min. requirements...message
I'm waiting for support for the rationale to add the tpm chip to MB
 

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