Friends, in today's step-by-step guide tutorial, I will tell you how to enable TPM in BIOS. By following this guide you can enable tpm on any laptop or desktop.

How to enable TPM in bios? The advanced guide for all computer?

Since the release of Windows 11, everyone has been eager to use it. After checking the system requirements of Windows 11, you may get confused. When you find out that it is not compatible with your laptop or computer.

There are two main reasons why your system may not be compatible with Windows 11. These are the TPM module and secure boot. Friends, before going to the main topic, I want to tell you a little bit about tpm.

What is the TPM?

TPM is known as Trusted Platform Module. TPM is a hardware-based cryptoprocessor. That is attached to your motherboard or processor. Our computer system contains various important information such as user credentials, encryption keys, sensitive information, etc.

In that case, if tpm is enabled, it provides hardware-level security. It means TPM can protect our computer from Ransomware or firmware level attacks.


So friends now the question is how do you enable TPM? Are you wondering? Ok! If your system contains trusted technology then you can only enable it from your system bios. So follow the below step by step by guide to know more.

How to enable tpm in bios?

To do that you need to enter your computer bios. For the different computers, it’s different. But the most bios activation key is F2, F10, and Del. If these keys not works for you then you can take the help of the manufacturer website. Now follow the below process.
  • First, restart your computer and stay focused. Press the BIOS activation key before booting up your system.
  • Now you will enter in the bios setup page.
  • Here you need to use your keyboard arrow key to change the tab. Find and go to the Security tab.
  • You will find many options. Find out the option like tpm or trusted technology. When you find this option press the F5 key to enable this option.
  • Now use your arrow key and choose the save and exit option. That’s it.
This is the basic guide. On most laptops, you can follow this guide to enable tpm. Friends, below I added some additional guidance on the specific brands to enable tpm.

How to enable tpm in bios Lenovo?

You need to enter in the bios setup window. For Lenovo use the F2 key. But if this key does not work then there is a nova button to enter in BIOS. Follow the below guide to enable tpm in bios.

How to enable TPM in bios? The advanced guide for all computer?
  • Shutdown and press the Nova button: First, shut down your system. Now press the nova button. Generally, this button is located on the right side or left side of your laptop.
  • Bios setup: After pressing the nova button your system turn on and show you the system recovery option. From them choose BIOS setup.
  • Security: when you enter in the bios setup window, use your keyboard arrow key to move in the security tab.
  • Enable trusted technology: Now if your processor is AMD then you will find an option called AMD platform security processors. Either you will find intel platform trust technology for intel processors. Use the down arrow key and select this option. Now press the F5 key to enable this option.

How to enable tpm in bios gigabyte

How to enable TPM in bios? The advanced guide for all computer?
  • First, you need to restart your computer.
  • Now press the bios activation key. It will appear on the first screen when your system boot up. You will find the list of hotkeys below your manufacturer's logo.
  • In the bios setup page use your keyboard arrow key and select peripherals.
  • Now choose AMD CPU fTPM for AMD processor or Intel trusted technology (PTT) for intel processor and then press Enter key. Now select enable.
  • After enabling this option go to the save and exit tab. Then select save and exit setup or press F10.

How to enable tpm in bios MSI

  • Restart your computer.
  • After that press the bios activation key. For the MSI motherboard, you can use the DEL key. If it does not work then you will find it on the first screen, when your system boots up.
  • Now if you are in EZ mode, press the F7 key to enter in the advanced mode.
  • On the left side, you will find the settings option. Click on it.
  • Now you need to choose the security option and then go to trusted computing.
  • Enable this option and press F10 to save and exit.

FAQ's on enable tpm from bios

Friends below are some questions related to tpm. Many people ask for their answers. So I added them to this article for my readers.

Q1. How do I check if TPM is enabled in BIOS?

  • First, go to the search bar and then type run. You can also use the shortcut to open the run box by pressing Windows + R key together.
  • After opening the run box type tpm.msc and press the enter key.
  • Now the tpm management window will open. Where you can check that if your system tpm is enabled or not.

Q2. Why is TPM not showing in BIOS?

Friends if not found tpm in bios, then there are two main reasons. The first one is your system bios are not updated. And the second one is your system does not support the tpm device.

So the only solution is, first update your system bios to the latest version and then check again. But still, if you didn't find any tpm option on your bios that means your system does not contain the tpm module. For further assistance, you can contact technical support.

Final word

Friends I hope you enjoyed this article. I think this article will help you to enable TPM from bios on your system. Now you can enjoy the new and interesting operating system windows 11.

But remember that if your pc doesn’t have the inbuilt tpm then you can’t find this option in bios. If you are a desktop user then there is a lot of chance to implement this.

Just find out that your motherboard contains the tpm supports pins. If you have then bought and attached it or contact the manufacturer. That it. But if you are a laptop user then you can do nothing.

So friends if you found this article helpful then share it with your friends and keep supporting us. Also if you have any other questions related to this topic then comment below. 

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