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Is the i7-5500u supported for Windows 11 or not? 2 lists say different things

Filingo
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7 minutes ago, Filingo said:

thank you, the BIOS does show TPM but it's greyed out, then I checked this HP forum and saw that in order to make it non-greyed out I should set administrator password:

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/I-need-to-enable-TPM-in-BIOS-on-EliteBook-820-G1/td-p/6621043

 

So I was thinking about going to bios to set administrator password, but now you say it does not have TPM at all. So this option is just there because it's a generic HP BIOS?

 

The processor has TPM 1.2 but that is not supported by Windows 11 which requires the 2.0. 

On this list the i7-5500u shows as supported by Windows 11:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/design/minimum/supported/windows-10-21h2-supported-intel-processors

And on this it's not:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/design/minimum/supported/windows-11-supported-intel-processors

 

And the PC Health Check says "This processor isn't currently supported for Windows 11

 

Why?

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Hi there,

 

The i7-5500U is not supported by Windows 11 as it doesn't have TPM 2.0 built into it.

 

Benny

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10 minutes ago, bennysnk said:

Hi there,

 

The i7-5500U is not supported by Windows 11 as it doesn't have TPM 2.0 built into it.

 

Benny

thank you, the BIOS does show TPM but it's greyed out, then I checked this HP forum and saw that in order to make it non-greyed out I should set administrator password:

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/I-need-to-enable-TPM-in-BIOS-on-EliteBook-820-G1/td-p/6621043

 

So I was thinking about going to bios to set administrator password, but now you say it does not have TPM at all. So this option is just there because it's a generic HP BIOS?

 

Update: It's TPM 1.2 🙂

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7 minutes ago, Filingo said:

thank you, the BIOS does show TPM but it's greyed out, then I checked this HP forum and saw that in order to make it non-greyed out I should set administrator password:

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/I-need-to-enable-TPM-in-BIOS-on-EliteBook-820-G1/td-p/6621043

 

So I was thinking about going to bios to set administrator password, but now you say it does not have TPM at all. So this option is just there because it's a generic HP BIOS?

 

The processor has TPM 1.2 but that is not supported by Windows 11 which requires the 2.0. 

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2 minutes ago, bennysnk said:

The processor has TPM 1.2 but that is not supported by Windows 11 which requires the 2.0. 

haha yes check my updated reply, you quoted it a second before I updated it 😄 well, I guess I'll stay with Windows 10, or use one of those bypassing methods to do it if they still work

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