How To Make Pendrive Bootable For Windows 11 (no TPM)

Windows 11 installation requires your PC to meet certain requirements such as Secure Boot, TPM 2.0, and more. So, unless your computer is compatible, you won’t be able to install the new version of the OS.

Create Windows 11 bootable USB drive with no TPM & no Secure 

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Are you eager to update Windows 10 to the brand new Windows 11, but your PC or laptop can not meet the minimum requirement from Microsoft? Don’t worry! This article is going to tell you how to create a bootable USB, download and install Windows 11 without secure boot, TPM 2.0, or losing any data from a USB drive using a utility named Rufus for free.

Download the latest version of Rufus utility from its official website.

Rufus Downloads

Rufus may be downloaded at the website provided above. To run Rufus, double-click on the file once it has been saved to your disk. (When it asks for admin access in a pop-up, grant it.)

Download the Windows 11 ISO from the Microsoft website if you have not already done it.

How to Use Rufus to Disable TPM, Secure Boot and RAM Checks in Bootable Windows 11 USB Drive?

  1. Then connect the USB flash drive to your PC with at least 8 GB of free storage

  • Rufus will immediately recognize your USB device. You may choose your USB device from the first drop-down selection if you have more than one external storage device attached.
  • Rufus will automatically detect the inserted USB flash drive in your PC. When you’re ready, click the Select button beside “Disk or ISO image (Please select)

  • Select the Windows 11 ISO file you downloaded and click Open.
How to Disable TPM, Secure Boot, and RAM Checks on a Windows 11 USB Drive Using Rufus

  • Once the ISO file is loaded in the Rufus utility, the rest of the options will be automatically selected.
Now comes the most crucial and distinctive aspect of this instruction. Select the “Extended Windows 11 Installation (no TPM/no Secure 800t/8G8- RAM)” option from the dropdown beneath the Image selection. Yes, switch from Standard to Extended installation mode.

  • Make sure that the Partition scheme is GPT and that the Target system is UEFI (non-CSM).

  • All other options you can leave the default if you don’t know about that. After that, click the Start button


  • Next, read the warning message pop-ups from Rufus and click the OK button.


  • You’ve just made a bootable USB drive for Windows 11.



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