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  • #15948
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    #15949
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    Details from above Windows 11 update

    Windows 11 Build 22000.71 (KB5004252) is rolling out to testers in the Dev Channel of the Windows Insider program. This is the third public preview of the upcoming operating system and it comes with a number of quality improvements, including a new widget and more.

    The update is titled “Cumulative Update for Windows 11 (10.0.22000.71) (KB5004252)” and it’s rolling out along with “2021-07 Cumulative Update for .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.8 for Windows 11 for x64 (KB5004316)”, which is a security and servicing update for .NET framework.

    Windows 11 KB5004252 adds a new feature called “Entertainment” to the widgets panel of the operating system. As you’re probably aware, new widgets experience is more than an overhauled news and interests feed and it comes with support for widgets like Weather, To-Do, Calendar, and more.

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #15950
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    This is pre-release Win11, we are on 22000.282 now.

    But colour management is still broken, icc profile cant be read an verified, so many programs won’t for color calibration and profiling wont work.
    Working with wide gamut monitors not really possible with right colors.
    This is a known bug since June, but still not added in their recent bug-list.

    They just ignore it, to get a smaller list.
    You’ll have to wait till 22H1 or 22H2 (who knows as they release only 1 update a year in future), there it is solved in dev-builds 22449.

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    #15953
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    Interesting, do you have access to Dev Channel of the Windows Insider program ?

    Are you a Windows 11 tester ?

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #15955
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    No not really, only installed it on my older multi-boot PC (bios i7-3770) together with Win7 and 10 both x32 and x64 and now 11 too.
    And so running updates every 2 weeks to see it going on.

    I found this bug too in June, but thought it will be solved with release.
    So asked Eizo too for ColorNavigator update to run with Win11, they told me will come with release, but now you will find there not possible due to Win11 bug.

    You can find this in different forums and on Eizo page too, no reaction from MS at all, but fixed for some testers in next release.
    Some even needed to live with dev till it gets beta and release, because they need it and cant go back to Win10 now anymore.

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    #15958
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    Nice to see you are interested in Windows 11, and we can share your knowledge and pain for Windows 11

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #15959
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    Just updated an HP Zbook 15v-G5 laptop. And you could go back to Win10 for 10 days in system->restore.
    It is not officially supported right now, they write still on testing despite HW is fully supported I5-8xxx or compatible due to MS test tool.
    But no problems so far, only had to activate TPM-2.0 in Bios/UEFI before.

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    Good tip

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    #15961
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    I did see the other day a handy Registry mod to allow you to install Windows 11 even if you only have TPM 1.1

    eligible, the mod is originates from Microsoft, so must be good

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    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Setup\MoSetup section in the left-hand window pane, then right-click anywhere in the big right-hand window and select New > DWORD (32-bit) Value from the context menu.

    Now you’ll see a new DWORD Value in the registry. Double-click (or right-click) to edit it and rename it to AllowUpgradesWithUnsupportedTPMOrCPU. Then, set its value to 1.

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    Source:

    https://www.tomsguide.com/news/windows-11s-system-requirements-can-be-bypassed-with-this-official-microsoft-workaround

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    #15962
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    I installed windows 11 2/3 weeks ago on my non-supported desktop PC.  i7-3770k  – Asus P8Z77-V PRO

    Followed the the guide below on editing the file ‘appraiserres.dll’

    Not sure how long Microsoft will provide updates on non-supported hardware, but the last update did install.

    Also updated Lenovo ThinkPad T450 Core i5-5200u

    #15964
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    Nice: I also read that one of the limitations with any sort of mod, is as you say, Microsoft may not provide future updates, especially around Hardware requirements,  but only time will tell

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #15965
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    Why so complicated?

    All you need to do is adding a registry value and you can make an inplace upgrade on any machine.

    Copy this into a new text file, rename extension from .txt to .reg and let it run (double click).

    Afterwards just run setup.exe from downloaded Win11 iso (much faster) or find it as optional update:

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Setup\MoSetup]
    “AllowUpgradesWithUnsupportedTPMOrCPU”=dword:00000001

     

    Older variant:

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\PCHC]
    “UpgradeEligibility”=dword:00000001

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Setup\LabConfig]
    “BypassTPMCheck”=dword:00000001
    “BypassSecureBootCheck”=dword:00000001
    “BypassRAMCheck”=dword:00000001
    “BypassStorageCheck”=dword:00000001
    “BypassCPUCheck”=dword:00000001
    “BypassDiskCheck”=dword:00000001

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    #15967
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    I had no idea how to bypass the TPM checks.  Just went to YouTube and that video came up.  It just worked

     

    #15968
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    Therefore I wrote it that others will have it easier.

    Your way has been the first attempts when Win11-dev came up in June.

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    #15970
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    Like with most things, as we learn, we share

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

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