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How to install Windows 11 on unsupported devices


How to install Windows 11 on unsupported devices

 install Windows 11 on unsupported devices

Although Windows 11 comes with specific and strict operating specifications, there are ways to install it on devices that do not meet these requirements. These methods involve simple modifications that can be done easily. Here we provide you the steps to install Windows 11 on unsupported devices.

Initial requirements to install Windows 11 on unsupported devices

1. Windows 11 version: You can download it from the Microsoft website.

2. Bootable USB: with a capacity of no less than 8 GB.

3. Rufus Tool: To create a bootable USB.

Steps to install Windows 11 on unsupported computer 

A. Bootable USB setup

1. Download Rufus tool from the official website.

2. Insert the USB into the computer and open Rufus.

3. Choose the USB from the “Device” list.

4. Press "SELECT" and choose the Windows 11 ISO file you downloaded.

5. In the "Partition scheme" menu, choose "GPT" (if your computer supports UEFI) or "MBR" (if your device is running legacy BIOS).

6. Press "START" to start creating a bootable USB.

B. Modify Registry settings to bypass TPM and Secure Boot verification

1. After creating the USB, restart your computer and enter the BIOS/UEFI settings.

2. Disable TPM and Secure Boot if present.

3. Boot from the USB.

4. When you reach the Windows installation screen, press Shift + F10 to open Command Prompt.

5. Type "regedit" and press Enter to open the Registry Editor.

6. Go to the next key:


7. Create a new key under Setup named “LabConfig”.

8. Within LabConfig, create the following DWORD (32-bit) values:

 - “BypassTPMCheck” and set it to 1.

 - “BypassSecureBootCheck” and set it to 1.

 - “BypassRAMCheck” and set it to 1.

9. Close Registry Editor and continue with the installation process.

C. Continue installation

1. Complete the installation process as usual.

2. The installation may require some additional steps such as setting up a Microsoft account and connecting to the Internet.

Important Notes

  • Backup Guarantee: Make sure to take a backup of your data before starting the installation process.
  • -System updates: You may not receive system updates regularly on unsupported devices, so be sure to download updates manually from time to time.
  • Performance and Stability: Windows 11 may not run perfectly on unsupported devices, so you may experience some performance or stability issues.

By following these steps, you can install Windows 11 on your device even if it is not officially supported. But remember that this comes with its own risks and may affect system performance and stability.