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New CPU installed. fTPM/PSP NV corrupted stuck, "Y" doesn't do anithing

Hello Guys, thank you for reading in advance!

So I have a problem which I have never even heard of.

I Built a new PC and got the :

 

"New CPU installed. fTPM/PSP NV corrupted or fTPM/PSP NV structure changed.

Press Y to reset fTPM. If you have Bitlocker or encryption enabled, the system will not boot without a recovery key.

Press N to keep previous fTPM record and continue system boot. fTPM will NOT enable in new CPU, you can swap back to the old CPU to recover TPM-related keys and data"

 

The problem is that it is unresponsive, If I press y absolutely nothing happens if I press N or Del mostly nothing happens, I found some Spanis video where he "solved" the problem by pressing n+del at the same time getting into the bios and disabling "Security Device Support" which I suppose disables TPM. The problem with this fix is I can't install Win 11 of course because it needs tpm. 

 

I tried resetting the CMOS, and installing the newest bios. I reseted the bios too.

Do i have a bad CPU or mobo?  I had some trouble just getting to this problem. I had a black screen of death and I'm not sure what fixed it (maybe re-seating the RAM)

 

Spec: B550M aorus elite rev.3

5800x

2x16 cl 16 3600 ram

750w seasonic g12 power supply

1tb 980 Samsung SSD

 

I would appreciate your help! Thanks!

 

 

 

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I ran into this in my recent upgrade, have you tried a different keyboard to rule that out? Or a different USB port?

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2 minutes ago, Blasty Blosty said:

I ran into this in my recent upgrade, have you tried a different keyboard to rule that out? Or a different USB port?

Yeah, I have. It works just fine in the bios,

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