ASUS also took care of the owners of their motherboards who decided to upgrade to Windows 11. For this, the company has posted a detailed post in the FAQ section of its official website.
First, it lists all the current hardware requirements for migrating to Windows 11 and useful links. For example, there are links to an up-to-date list of compatible AMD and Intel processors.
Secondly, ASUS has posted a list of Windows 11-compatible branded motherboards. It includes models of the following series:
Thirdly, there are detailed instructions on how to check the TPM status on your computer. First, you can check it using the “Run” menu (the key combination Win + R). In it, you must enter “TPM.MSC” and press Enter.
If TPM support is already active, you will see the TPM Management on the Local Computer window with the version. If the technology is inactive on your system, then in response to the request, you will receive a message that the TPM cannot be found.
In the second case, you just need to go to BIOS and enable support for this technology. For Intel motherboards, you need to find the Advanced -> PCH-FW Configuration section in the BIOS and activate the “PTT” item in it.
For AMD motherboards, go to the Advanced -> AMD TPM configuration page and then select Firmware TPM for TPM Device Selection. After that, don’t forget to save your changes. You can check TPM activation using the Run menu or in BIOS on the Advanced -> Trusted Computing page.