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Update to TPM 2.0

2021-07-27, 19:14 PM

How can I install TPM 2.0?? Also, This is a repost because the other one I made said access denied when I tried to open it.

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Re:Update to TPM 2.0

2021-08-01, 12:37 PM

Hello,


For a ThinkPad 13 Gen 1 (machine type models that begin with 20GJ, 20GK, 20GL or 20GM), open the BIOS (UEFI) firmware, click on the Security tab, go to Security Chip, and change the Security Chip Selection from Discrete TPM to Intel PTT.  This will change the TPM version that is set in that particular model's BIOS (UEFI) firmware from 1.2 to 2.0.

 

After this is done, if Windows no longer boots, wipe the drive to erase all of its contents, then reinstall Windows 10 and update that to the beta version of Windows 11.

 

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Re:Update to TPM 2.0

2021-07-29, 8:35 AM

Hello,

 

You did not mention the model of Lenovo computer you have.

 

In some desktop computers, a TPM module can be plugged into a special connector on the motherboard.

 

For some desktop and laptop computers, the TPM module is built into the motherboard or CPU and is enabled in the BIOS (UEFI) firmware settings.

 

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Re:Update to TPM 2.0

2021-07-29, 11:40 AM

I Have a Lenovo Thinkpad 13.3 gen 1

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Re:Update to TPM 2.0

2021-07-30, 22:47 PM

And TPM is already enabled but I have 1.2 and I want to update to 2.0

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Re:Update to TPM 2.0

2021-08-01, 12:37 PM

Hello,


For a ThinkPad 13 Gen 1 (machine type models that begin with 20GJ, 20GK, 20GL or 20GM), open the BIOS (UEFI) firmware, click on the Security tab, go to Security Chip, and change the Security Chip Selection from Discrete TPM to Intel PTT.  This will change the TPM version that is set in that particular model's BIOS (UEFI) firmware from 1.2 to 2.0.

 

After this is done, if Windows no longer boots, wipe the drive to erase all of its contents, then reinstall Windows 10 and update that to the beta version of Windows 11.

 

Regards,

 

Aryeh Goretsky

 

 

 



I am a volunteer and neither a Lenovo nor a Microsoft employee.

L380 YogaP50 (20EN-*)P51sP72 (20MB-*)P43sS230u (3347-4HU)T23 (2648-LU7)T42 (2378-R4U)T43p (2678-H7U)T61p (6459-CTO)W510 (4318-CTO)W530 (2441-4R3)X100e (3508-CTO)X120e (0596-CTO)X220 (4286-CTO)X250 (20CM-*)X1e gen3X1 Yoga gen 5X12 gen1X13 gen1Yoga 370

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