Two causes cause the error: Secure Boot and TPM settings.
- This error is produced by a device's Secure Boot and TPM 2.0 settings.
- TPM 2.0 support is required on the PC. Whether or not TPM is turned on Launch the run command by pressing 'Windows + R'. Type 'tpm.msc' into the dialogue box that appears and click OK. The 'TPM Management on Local Computer' window would appear. Under the 'Status' area, see if the TPM is enabled. If the notice says 'The TPM is ready for usage,' it means it's turned on and you don't need to do anything further. If you don't know how to enable it, follow the steps below. Start the computer and press F1, F2, F10, F11, DEL, or any other required key to access the 'Startup Menu.' Select the 'Security Tab' from the drop-down menu. Select 'TPM device' from the drop-down menu. Choose 'Available' from the drop-down menu. Save your work and restart your computer.
- Secure Boot must be supported by the computer.-Once you have the TPM, follow the instructions. Start the computer and go to the 'Start Menu.' 'Bios Setup' is the command to use. Select 'Advanced Tab' from the menu. Select 'Boot Options' after that. Many boot options would be offered under the menu. Find 'Secure Boot' and turn it on. Save and then exit. Restart the computer and go to the 'Start Menu'. In the 'Boot Device Option,' manually choose the drive that contains the Windows 11 download. Manually install Windows 11 from the Windows 11 iso
- Minimum System Requirements for Windows 11-A single-core processor with a clock speed of 1.4 GHz (32-bit) or a single-core processor with a clock speed of 1.4 GHz (64-bit) 2 GB of RAM and 15 GB of storage A minimum hardware resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels is required.