How to remove Windows 11 incompatibility warning

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  1. Posts : 56
    Windows 10 Professional
       #31

    alphanumeric said:
    I was a Microsoft MVP, and Windows Insider MVP. And a long time Windows 10 supporter. Also a long time member of the Windows 7 and Windows 8 forums. I use both Windows and Linux. They each have there pluses and minuses. As near as I can remember I have never touted one as the answer for the other.
    Lately I have become disenchanted with the way Microsoft has gone, which was why I dropped out of the MVP program. I still use Windows on my daily driver and offer support when I can. I just find it really hard to get enthused like I was in the past. These days unfortunately I lurk a lot more than I post.
    @alphanumeric
    That is all good Linux is a good OS. But like I said it's not a "fix" to install Linux for a issue. If I was a moderator I would delete that message. But anyway thanks for the reply.

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    Wisewiz said:
    Just want to go on the record that my non-compat machine that has been running 11 for over a month now (and got the update on PT) gets no warning of any kind (at least yet.

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    @Wisewiz
    If your machine is not compatible how did you get it to install? I already know some tricks to do this. Just asking you how you did it.
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  2. Posts : 841
    11 Pro 21H2 (22000.832)
       #32

    i386 said:
    @Wisewiz
    If your machine is not compatible how did you get it to install? I already know some tricks to do this. Just asking you how you did it.
    For the first install a few weeks ago, during the install process, I deleted appraiseres.dll from the boot files on C: The method is well documented on the Windows 11 Forum. Look for "Installation on incompatible hardware."

    It's been running beautifully. Mind you, the only thing I didn't have on that machine was an 8th generation CPU. Mine on that PC is 7th.
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  3. Posts : 56
    Windows 10 Professional
       #33

    Wisewiz said:
    For the first install a few weeks ago, during the install process, I deleted appraiseres.dll from the boot files on C: The method is well documented on the Windows 11 Forum. Look for "Installation on incompatible hardware."

    It's been running beautifully. Mind you, the only thing I didn't have on that machine was an 8th generation CPU. Mine on that PC is 7th.
    OK Well there is also a way to take a Windows 11 USB and a Windows 10 USB. Open the Windows 11 USB delete install.esd and replace with install.esd on the Windows 10 USB.
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  4. Posts : 841
    11 Pro 21H2 (22000.832)
       #34

    i386 said:
    OK Well there is also a way to take a Windows 11 USB and a Windows 10 USB. Open the Windows 11 USB delete install.esd and replace with install.esd on the Windows 10 USB.
    You'll find that that, too, is documented ad nauseam on the Windows 11 Forum. Give it a look, especially the posts from a month back. Installation, Updates and Activation | Windows 11 Forum
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  5. Posts : 802
    10 Pro/11 Pro Dual Boot
       #35

    Macboatmaster said:
    They have assured users that the upgrade will not be forced it wil be a matter of choice
    i386 said:
    I hope you are right and I hope someone comes up with a way to hide the message.
    I hope so too considering how they pushed 10 on people
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  6. Posts : 40,356
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #36

    It's possible to upgrade or clean install Windows 11 after the windows update agent finds unsupported TPM, Legacy, MBR, CPU, etc.

    The aim that Microsoft has in Windows 11 is to markedly improve performance and security.

    They selected OEM hardware that will have DCH drivers.
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...best-practices

    For insiders Microsoft found that supported computer configurations were over 99% crash free.

    For those that use Windows 11 in the unsupported manner it is unclear whether this can be achieved.


    To express your concerns please submit feedback using the Microsoft feedback hub:
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...3-f66612949332

    https://docs.microsoft.com/fr-fr/win...tel-processors

    Create a bootable drive to bypass TPM Secure Boot and RAM requirements for Windows 11 - gHacks Tech News

    Clean Install Windows 11 | Windows 11 Forum
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  7. Posts : 56
    Windows 10 Professional
       #37

    zbook said:
    It's possible to upgrade or clean install Windows 11 after the windows update agent finds unsupported TPM, Legacy, MBR, CPU, etc.
    The aim that Microsoft has in Windows 11 is to markedly improve performance and security.
    They selected OEM hardware that will have DCH drivers.
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...best-practices
    For insiders Microsoft found that supported computer configurations were over 99% crash free.
    For those that use Windows 11 in the unsupported manner it is unclear whether this can be achieved.
    To express your concerns please submit feedback using the Microsoft feedback hub:
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...3-f66612949332
    https://docs.microsoft.com/fr-fr/win...tel-processors

    Create a bootable drive to bypass TPM Secure Boot and RAM requirements for Windows 11 - gHacks Tech News

    Clean Install Windows 11 | Windows 11 Forum
    @zbook

    Some people do not want Windows 11 that is the point of this thread. We want the message gone and not flashed in our face.
    And we not not want forced upgrade.
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  8. Posts : 14,688
    Windows 10 IoT
       #38

    If I could run it, I'd likely give it a look see. I can't, as that message states. That's fine, I've been advised, now bugger off (Microsoft) and leave me alone.
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  9. Posts : 4,829
    Windows 7 HP 64 - Windows 10 Pro - Lubuntu
       #39

    Maybe if you instruct that your computer can do the upgrade
    The easy way to install Windows 11 on unsupported CPUs - The Verge
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  10. Posts : 56
    Windows 10 Professional
       #40

    Megahertz said:
    Maybe if you instruct that your computer can do the upgrade
    The easy way to install Windows 11 on unsupported CPUs - The Verge

    People just don't get it. We do not want to upgrade. And I already know the trick for unsupported hardware. I know a better trick than the reg hack.
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