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When you attempt to upgrade Windows 11, does your computer display the “Windows 11 Installation has failed” error? It could be due to: Drivers for graphics that have been corrupted or are no longer supported, Storage space is not sufficient or software interference.
This error can also be displayed if your computer does not meet the Windows 11 upgrade requirements. We will briefly review the Windows 11 requirements and possible solutions before moving on to troubleshooting.
The PC Health Check can be used to check your PC’s compatibility for Windows 11 if you are running Windows 10. This app tests all Windows 11 requirements, except graphics card compatibility and display compatibility. Below is a list of the most important Windows 11 system requirements:
Then download and install it App for PC Health Check Microsoft website. Start the app, and then select the option Check now The button can be found on the dashboard.
PC Health Check can run a quick scan on your PC to make sure that the hardware and software are compatible with Windows 11. You’ll be able to see any Windows 11 requirements missing from your PC’s system in the scan results.
Select See all results To view your computer’s requirements, click her.
The PC Health Check scan will help you pinpoint trouble areas in the event of Windows 11 installation problems.
It can cause Windows to stop installing if USB drives remain connected to your computer. Disconnect any storage devices connected to your computer and start installing Windows 11 from scratch.
For Windows 11 to be installed, your computer must have at least Windows 10 Version 2004. Microsoft recommends that you have all drivers and security updates on your computer before installing Windows 11.
Make sure that your computer is connected to the Internet. Visit Settings > Updates & Security > Windows Updates, Check for updates. . You can install any of the updates available from this page and then you can try to install Windows 11 once again.
There are components in third-party antivirus programs that could interfere with Windows 11 installations. You should remove any non-Windows anti-virus tools from your PC and then retry the Windows 11 upgrade or installation.
Microsoft cautions you against old computers Windows 11 upgrades can be interrupted by obsolete software process.
You can restart your computer once you have removed non-essential programs and then retry Windows 11 installation.
Windows 11 will require at least 64 GB in storage Windows 11: How Much Space Does It Take?). If your computer’s storage space is not sufficient, the “Windows 11 Installation has failed” error message may appear. To be safe, we recommend that you have 70-90GB free storage.
You should check your storage space if it is less than 64 GB There are 15 methods to clear up space on your hard drive in Windows 10 . Windows 10 can be configured to create more space on the hard drive helpful.
Windows 11 installations can also be damaged by an outdated or corrupt graphics driver. You can update your computer’s graphics driver and then retry the Windows upgrade.
You will need an internet connection to automatically update a driver. You should ensure that you have an internet connection to your computer.
Trusted Platform Module TPM 2.0 version (TPM 2.0), is required to use Windows 11. TPM 2.0 provides security and privacy-related features, such as Windows Hello, BitLocker, and more. on Windows devices. It protects your computer against malware attacks and saves security credentials such as encryption keys, certificates, passwords, and so on.
Secure Boot, on the other hand is a Windows security function that prevents malicious software from being loaded when your computer boots up.
If TPM 2.0 is not installed, Windows 11 cannot be installed Secure Boot are disabled Your computer. If your computer doesn’t have TPM 2.0 support.
TPM is always turned on by default in Windows. However, sometimes it may be disabled for motherboards that were not designed to support it Build custom computers. . You can verify TPM compatibility on your Windows 10 computer by following the steps.
Microsoft claims that most computers released after 2017 can run TPM 2.0. This is how you can check whether your device has the Trusted Platform Module version (TPM) required for Windows 11:
Alternatively, type device security Click on the Windows Search button and choose the Device security “System settings” option.
You won’t find a section called “Security processor”. This means that your computer doesn’t support the TPM module or it is disabled. To enable TPM, please refer to the next section.
Trusted Platform Module Management software, a stand-alone app that customizes and manages TPM in Windows, can be used to check the compatibility of TPMs.
Press Windows key + R, tpm.msc Press the “OK” button in the dialog box Enter.
Expand the Status Menu and ensure it says “The TPM has been activated.” TPM Manufacturer Information To check the TPM Specification Version of your PC, use this menu
To turn TPM back on, if it is disabled, go to the next section. To use Windows 11, upgrade to TPM Version 1.2 if you have a PC that uses it.
You won’t see the option “UEFI Firmware Setting” on this page if your computer isn’t enabled for TPM.
In the event that TPM has been disabled press Enter, Enabled Press the arrow keys on your keyboard to activate it Enter again.
If your computer is not on, you can try again installing Windows 11 Update.
It may be necessary to delete the TPM from your PC depending on its hardware configuration before installing an operating system. TPM resets ensure the OS, Windows 11, can properly deploy any TPM-related functionality. When all the troubleshooting suggestions have failed, you can reset your PC’s TPM
Note: Data loss can occur if you clear your computer’s Trusted Platform module (TPM). Data loss can occur for all data and keys, such as BitLocker sign-in PIN or recovery key. All data and keys (e.g., BitLocker recovery key, sign-in PIN etc.) that were encrypted into the TPM have to be deleted. Clearing the TPM on a school or work computer is not recommended. Make sure to Data encrypted with the TPM can be used to back it up.
Windows provides a separate app that allows you to customize and manage the Trusted Platform Management app. This is how you can reset the TPM on your computer:
For Windows 11 installations that fail, you can skip the Secure Boot and TPM checks. To skip Secure Boot verifications and to avoid TPM 2.0, go to Windows Registry.
Note: You can damage your computer by deleting important system files from the Windows Registry. We recommend strongly Back up the registry of your computer Be sure to verify the information before you make any modifications.
If you still have the same error, please contact us Installing Windows 11 with a USB bootable drive instead. Also, you might try the Windows 11 Media Creation Tool. . If you are still having trouble installing Windows 11, contact Microsoft Support.