Hyper-V showed This PC can't run Windows 11

Eaven HUANG 2,101 Reputation points

Dear experts,

I've enabled TPM 2.0 in my HP laptop but when I tried to create a VM for Win11, it always showed that it didn't meet the system requirement.

Any ideas?


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  1. 365vCloud 191 Reputation points

    1.Right Click the virtual machine
    2.Click Settings
    3.Click Security
    4.Mark ‘Enable Trusted Platform Module
    5.Click Processor
    6.Change ‘Number of virtual processors’ to a minimum of ‘2’

    24 people found this answer helpful.

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  1. Jason Brown 36 Reputation points

    And check you have enough allocated RAM

    Windows is smart enough to tell you that it cannot be installed, but too dumb to tell you why.

    Hyper-V is too dumb to set the correct minimum RAM requirements.

    Honestly Microsoft, you can do much better.

    5 people found this answer helpful.

  2. Kapil Arya 7,411 Reputation points MVP

    Check with and make sure other requirements are meet as well.