I figure it out how to install windows 11 on my UNSUPPORTED PC and it seems that everything is fine!
I dont have TPM or supported CPU.
This method uses the script "Skip TPM Check on Dynamic Update v7, AveYo 2021" and the original (CLEAN) windows 11 software that was downloaded to a pendrive by MediaCreationToolW11.exe tool from Microsoft.
Execute "Bypass_TPM_Install_Windows11.bat" and just read and follow the steps!!!
I hope it works for you as it worked for me, please replay if worked for you to!!! I want to know!
Don´t forgot to PRESS LIKE or COMMENT!
Thank you in advanced.
* Add some tweaks for better CPU.
*Unistall the script "Skip TPM Check on Dynamic Update v7, AveYo 2021" IF installation fail.
This are tweaks inside bat for better cpu usage:
rem PacketCoalescingFilter enabled for pure throughput when lower CPU utilization is important.
powershell.exe Set-NetOffloadGlobalSetting -PacketCoalescingFilter enabled >nul
rem Receive Segment Coalescing (RSC Enable for slightly higher throughput when lower CPU utilization is important.
netsh int tcp set global rsc=enabled >nul
rem Disable TCP selective acks option for better CPU utilization
powershell.exe new-ItemProperty -Path HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters -Name SackOpts -PropertyType dword -Value 0 -force >nul
rem This NDIS 5 setting allows for reducing CPU load by offloading some tasks required to maintain the TCP/IP stack to the network card.
powershell.exe New-ItemProperty -Path HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters -Name DisableTaskOffload -PropertyType dword -Value 0 -force >nul
rem start with CPU1 for RSS (Receive Side Scaling Base set to value of 1) to let CPU0 do other important things.
powershell.exe New-ItemProperty -Path HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\NDIS\Parameters -Name RssBaseCpu -PropertyType dword -Value 1 -force >nul
rem Set the maximum number of RSS CPUs with the MaxNumRssCpus. DUO CORE set value of 2.
powershell.exe New-ItemProperty -Path HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\NDIS\Parameters -Name MaxNumRssCpus -PropertyType dword -Value 2 -force >nul
rem System Responsiveness determines the percentage of CPU resources that should be guaranteed to low-priority tasks.
powershell.exe New-ItemProperty -Path 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Multimedia\SystemProfile' -Name SystemResponsiveness -PropertyType dword -Value 0 -force >nul
rem Set an RSS profile for a NUMA server without dynamic load balancing, Base Processor Number 1, Max Processor Number 2,Max Processors 2
powershell.exe (Set-NetAdapterRss -Name * -Profile NUMAStatic -BaseProcessorNumber 2 -MaxProcessorNumber 2 -MaxProcessors 2) >nul
rem Because the removal of node splitting can potentially impact existing applications, a registry value is available to allow
rem opting back into the legacy node splitting behavior. Node splitting can be re-enabled by creating a REG_DWORD value
rem named "SplitLargeNodes" with value 1 underneath.
powershell.exe New-ItemProperty -Path 'HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\NUMA' -Name 'SplitLargeNodes' -PropertyType dword -Value 1 -force >nul
NOTE: If you already are in W11 and installed before i post the exe file, Copy the code, open cmd as administrator and paste the code in to cmd, execute it to applay the cpu tweaks.
Note: !!! I am not responsible for any damage that may happen as it is and will always be your choice to use or not what is provided in this tutorial!!! Thank you.
We will be soon with out support on windows 10, meanwhile it seems (but not for sure) that Microsoft will end support to to unsupported PCs.
Is better to stay on W11! Until any further changes, it is working amazing!
What I read is W11 will get a anointing advise on settings and say that they aren't responsible for any troubles that pc may get.
All this is Market to force people to buy new technologies. Market add slow down, and new technologies are to expensive.
They are adopting Smartphones Update method!
Microsoft is getting some according with suppliers like Intel, etc, and at some point they will force you to buy a new machine to stay updated! Like Google with Android!
Why wouldn't he? That's exactly the point of this forum and I love it! I haven't even looked for a TPM workaround (my CPU supports it) and I've encountered one anyway. Awesome! Excellent work. Looking forward to the progress here. Even if updates would get disabled (unlikely, as that would compromise security even further) it doesn't mean there won't be another workaround.