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Not able to upgrade to Win 11

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1 hour ago, tkitch said:

are Secure Boot and TPM enabled in your BIOS?

Secure boot is enabled and TPM is enabled

Hey everyone, I'm in need of some assistance. I was trying to upgrade to win 11 via the insider program and for some reason it says that my PC does not meet the minimum hardware requirements for win11. 

 

My specs are:

Windows 10 Home (legit and activated)

Intel 10900k

32gb of RAM

3090 FE gpu

And I'm in the Insiders program.

 

Any thoughts?

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Open Explorer

Right-Click on C:\  select Properties

Go to 'Hardware' tab

click on the disk there, and click Properties

Go to Volumes tab, click Populate

 

Is it listed as GUID Partition Table (GPT) or is it MBR?

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29 minutes ago, tkitch said:

Open Explorer

Right-Click on C:\  select Properties

Go to 'Hardware' tab

click on the disk there, and click Properties

Go to Volumes tab, click Populate

 

Is it listed as GUID Partition Table (GPT) or is it MBR?

All my storages are listing as GPT

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are Secure Boot and TPM enabled in your BIOS?

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1 hour ago, tkitch said:

are Secure Boot and TPM enabled in your BIOS?

Secure boot is enabled and TPM is enabled

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idk then.  There's a Win 11 readiness checker floating around the forum, look that up?

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