How to enable your TPM module
Some features in modern Operating Systems need a security chip.
One of this security chip is called Trusted Platform Module (TPM).
There are two types of TPM's. An additional Chip on your board (TPM) or one in your CPU (fTPM).
Check if your TPM is already enabled
Let us check, if our TPM is not already enabled.
- in Windows -> Open the
Start Menuand type
tpm.msc. Now you should sea your TPM and some information, when not you need enable it.
CHANGES IN YOUR BIOS SETTINGS CAN BROKE YOUR COMPUTER AND YOU CAN'T STARTUP IT AGAIN
the ISG can't fix it, when you don't remember what you have changed and a clean installation will be necessary.
Enter the BIOS could you do it in many ways.
Please ask your computer vendor if you don't know how you can do it.
Usually you can boot into the bios with hitting the keys
When fastboot is enabled there is no option to press a key, but you can enter it from Windows.
Click the Start menu and select Settings.
Select Update and Security.
Under Advanced startup, click Restart now. Your computer will now restart.
Choose Advanced options.
Select UEFI Firmware Settings.
Click Restart to restart the system and enter UEFI (BIOS).
Enable TPM or fTPM in BIOS
There are few points where the setting can be.
Maybe you need enter the advanced look first.
Keywords in the BIOS can be
Trusted Platform Module,
Search for a Security Panel and take a look about the TPM Settings. In the most case are here some settings.
If you can't find maybe there is something in the