Windows 11 available on October 5

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  1. Farvatten's Avatar
    Posts : 738
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit 21H1 19043.1387
       #520

    Just finish installing Windows 11 on my other incompatible platform. I was pleasantly surprise how easy it was.

    Let's run Windows 11 on an incompatible hardware
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  2. emailx45's Avatar
    Posts : 128
    MSWindows 10 Enterprise 64bits build (21H2) 19044.1288
       #521

    here, I just ...
    1) downloaded ISO W11 from Microsoft Official site, as expected.

    2) with RUFUS, I did my pendrive with image, as expected... if you want install in phisical pc

    3) in my VirtualBox VM, i did a vm W10 (dont have W11 ) with ISO W11 of course

    4) in Setup (next... next) I used Shift+F10 to access Regedit as Admin and add the 3 key/words necessary to bypass TPM and OTHERS, as script founded on internet

    5) it's ready! go ahead installation.

    I7 4770k, 16gb, Asus Sabertooth Z87 motherboard ... all 2013/2014 + W11 2021


    But be warned
    Microsoft demoes hacker attacks on PCs with no TPM, VBS, and more - Neowin

    really works!
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  3. Posts : 578
    Windows 10 Pro 21H1 x64
       #522

    For me, it's October 5+7 days, because it looks like the October, 2021 "patch-Tuesday", hopefully will have the performance-fixing CU.
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  4. RingTailCoon's Avatar
    Posts : 1,481
    Windows 10 HOME 64-BIT
       #523

    Bree said:
    Because you downloaded the ISO directly and it has an install.wim. Download the MCT and run it to make an ISO. That will have an install.esd and will fit a standard DVD.


    Attachment 348420

    Attachment 348418
    Waait....... but I did used the MCT! That's weird?!
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  5. Posts : 110
    windows 10 x64 home / windows 11 home testing on external drive
       #524

    i not see any new updates

    tomorrow we see if updates will works also on unsuported cpu

    - - - Updated - - -

    if tpm is enabled everything is ok i not try run without it
    maybe is only nonsenes that on unsuported cpu you will get lots BSOD

    - - - Updated - - -

    updates works :)

    Windows 11 available on October 5-bez-nazvu.jpg
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  6. Posts : 772
    W11 pro 64 beta channel
       #525

    I'm still waiting for my second pc to be offered the update, it is fully complient, still, only 7 days since the general offer of W11. That would leave 2 desktops and 1 laptop which will never be able to comply with the W11 spec, they are AM3+ and 6th gen i3.
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  7. MisterEd's Avatar
    Posts : 932
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit v21H2
       #526

    dany007119966 said:
    i not see any new updates
    tomorrow we see if updates will works also on unsuported cpu
    if tpm is enabled everything is ok i not try run without it
    maybe is only nonsenes that on unsuported cpu you will get lots BSOD updates works :)
    I think I remember in the early Beta releases of Windows 11 Microsoft on purposely allowed people with supported and unsupported hardware to install it. They wanted to see what problems people would have. The results showed that people with unsupported hardware had more problems with Windows 11 than those with supported hardware. Microsoft has never said that Windows 11 would not run on unsupported hardware. They only said that they would not guarantee that future updates to Windows 11 would not break these installations on unsupported hardware. There is even a registry mod on Microsoft's website to allow a computer with unsupported hardware to have Windows 11 installed without complaint. Everyone is free to update their Windows 10 to Windows 11. Microsoft has made it clear that if you ignore their warnings they will not be responsible for any bad outcomes.
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  8. Barman58's Avatar
    Posts : 4,129
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Latest RP
       #527

    The rollout of Windows 11 through windows update is a staggered one, starting with the most compatible, the main rollout for automatic offer is not due to start until the start of 2022, and some systems may not be offered the update through Windows update until the 2nd quarter of 2022

    You can of course download the Installer or ISO and manually install at any time, though you would be responsible for any issues this causes
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  9. larc919's Avatar
    Posts : 3,272
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #528

    tinmar49 said:
    I'm still waiting for my second pc to be offered the update, it is fully complient, still, only 7 days since the general offer of W11. That would leave 2 desktops and 1 laptop which will never be able to comply with the W11 spec, they are AM3+ and 6th gen i3.
    If an update is available, it will work safely on my PCs and I want it, the last thing I would ever do is wait for Microsoft to decide they were ready to offer it to me.
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  10. Barman58's Avatar
    Posts : 4,129
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Latest RP
       #529

    There is more than one reason that the Update will not be offered to a specific system.

    This may be due to Microsoft's stated plan to offer the update to the systems that are most suitable first and then work backward down the list Suitability/Compatibility.

    There is also the possibility that a component in a system may be one of those with the known issues ... which will only be offered the update after the issue is solved

    If anyone wants to manually obtain an installer and proceed with the upgrade they are strongly advised to make sure they have a full working backup of their current install before starting
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