Checking whether your computer supports TPM and the TPM version

Applicable products: PC,Desktop
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Checking whether your computer supports TPM and the TPM version

1. Enabling the TPM option in the BIOS settings

  1. During startup, press F2 to enter the BIOS settings screen.
  2. Select Security Setting, TPM or TPM/TCM. (The options in the BIOS settings may vary depending on the model and version.) Check the settings of the TPM-related options.
    • If the value is Enable, Enter, or fTPM, it indicates that TPM is enabled.

      Example: TPM/TCM-Enable

      Example: Clear TPM-Enter

      Example: TPM/TCM-fTPM

    • If the value is Disable, press Enter, select Enable, Enter, or fTPM, press Enter to enable TPM, and then press F10 to save the settings and exit.

      Example: TPM/TCM-Disable

    • If the value is Disable which is black or gray and cannot be changed, it indicates that the computer does not support TPM.

      Example: The TPM-related option is black and cannot be changed.

2. Checking the TPM version in the Windows operating system

  1. Press Win+R to display the Run window, enter tpm.msc, and select OK.

  2. If the TPM management window contains TPM Manufacturer Information, it indicates that the computer comes with TPM. You can view the TPM version under TPM Manufacturer Information. For example, Specification Version: 2.0 indicates that TPM runs version 2.0.

    If your computer does not come with TPM, the message Compatible TPM cannot be found will be displayed.

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