Enable TPM 2.0 on your CyberPowerPC System

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  • Doug

    Note that for the Gigabyte / Aurus AMD instructions, the AMD CPU fTMP option is found under  Settings / Miscellaneous, not directly under Settings as implied.

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  • rayixey

    It seems like you're interested in enabling TPM 2.0 on a CyberPowerPC system, possibly for enhancing security features like BitLocker or Windows 11 requirements. Generally, enabling TPM involves accessing the BIOS/UEFI settings. Here are some quick steps to guide you through the process:

    1. Reboot your system and enter the BIOS/UEFI setup. Typically, you do this by pressing a specific key (like Del, F2, or F10) as your computer boots up. The exact key can depend on your motherboard, so check your CyberPowerPC documentation if you're not sure.

    2. Locate the TPM settings. Look through the BIOS/UEFI menu for a section labeled something like "Security," "Trusted Computing," or "Advanced." Here, you should find the option to enable TPM.

    3. Enable TPM. Once you've found the TPM setting, toggle it to enable. There may also be an option to choose between different versions of TPM—make sure it's set to 2.0.

    4. Save and exit. After enabling TPM, save your BIOS/UEFI changes and restart your computer. You can usually do this by pressing a key to save (like F10) and then confirming.

    After rebooting, TPM 2.0 should be enabled, allowing you to take advantage of enhanced security features or meet the system requirements for specific software.

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    I hope this helps! If you have any further questions, feel free to ask.

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