- Jan 14, 2006
All this talk about TPM had me confused as hell as I did not even know what it was. It seems you do not need the actual module at all but just have to have the setting enabled in the BIOS. To be clear I dont have the module but have the header and I went into my BIOS and turned on the setting and now my pc meets the requirements where as before it did not when I ran the tool.
But those of us with TPM 1.2 still get "unsupported", even with both that and secure boot enabled.
We don't have any other insight on this shit until they start upgrading my "incompatible" Skylake machine for me (so don't mind me if I bitch about the only thing I can). MS eventually remitted on their restrictive DX11 requirement for Win10 (see all the HD 2000 machines now running), but right now we have no clue besides that clunky tool!