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Windows 11 How to install on unsupported hardware

Steps How to install Windows 11 on unsupported hardware

If you have a computer with unsupported hardware, you may still be able to upgrade to Windows 11
You can upgrade an incompatible computer to Windows 11 at your own risk, and here are two methods to complete the task.

Method 1 to upgrade Windows 11 on unsupported hardware

Step 1: Download Windows 10ISO 64 bit From Microsoft site.

Step 2: Download Windows 11 64 bit From Microsoft site

Step 3: Copy file “install.wim” from source folder Of windows 11 setup folder to source folder of windows 10 setup folder.

Step 4: Click Setup.Exe from windows 10 setup folder

Method 2 to upgrade Windows 11 on unsupported hardware

Click on Start and type ‘regedit’ and press enter.

Navigate to Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Setup\MoSetup
Under MoSetup,
right click on the right plane and then choos New ->DWORD (32-Bit) value

Enter following details and click Ok

Value name: AllowUpgradesWithUnsupportedTPMOrCPU

Value date: 1

Base: Hexadecimal

Once this is done, download the ISO file from the official Microsoft page,
open it in the File explorer and double-click on Setup to start the installation process.


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