Re: windows 11 and older processers

Bob Jutzi <jutzi@...>

Thanks.  Not sure why I wrote Manager.

On 8/28/2021 8:11 PM, David Goldfield wrote:

Hi. One minor correction. TPM stands for Trusted Platform Module.



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From: <> On Behalf Of Bob Jutzi
Sent: Saturday, August 28, 2021 8:07 PM
Subject: Re: [chat] windows 11 and older processers


If your system supports TPM (Trusted Platform manager) you should be good.  Two ways to find out, 1. From the Run command line, type tpm.msc, or 2. Open Device Manager, enter 's' until you get to the Secure Devices tab (if present) and if will show TPM 2.0.

On 8/28/2021 7:54 PM, Shaun Everiss wrote:
> Hi. > > While I know my intel 4th gen will not run windows 11 I wander if my > intel 7500 with dch drivers will be able to run windows 11. > > It is a 2016/2017 model but has bios updates up to last year 2020. > > I also wander if the 6th gen unit I maintain will run windows11 > though in either ase I am not clean installing to find out. > > It would be good to know especially for the 7th gen unit if after 4 > years and as long as I don't replace it if windows 11 will run on > it. > > It does meet all requirements othherwise and does use the dch drivers > though I have had to install them manually. > > > > > > >

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