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Windows 10 on Asus H81M-K

Hi,

Is it possible for me to install windows 10/11 on the Asus H81M-K? The motherboard specs lists out that it only supports windows 7 and 8.

Thanks

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I'd have been surprised if it didn't work, but I don't need to be: the drivers on the manufacturer's website do specify Windows 10 support! 🙂

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2 minutes ago, whispous said:

I'd have been surprised if it didn't work, but I don't need to be: the drivers on the manufacturer's website do specify Windows 10 support! 🙂

what about windows 11? thanks btw

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4 minutes ago, zeenoxious said:

what about windows 11? thanks btw

You can try Windows 10 drivers but there wouldn't be official support for Windows 11 as Haswell does not officially support that OS. 

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6 minutes ago, zeenoxious said:

what about windows 11? thanks btw

I'm pretty sure no CPU on that board is offically compatible with Widnows 11.

 

But there are ways to bypass the system requirements check for Windows 11 and I've used it on a lot of systems from that era without issues.

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