Basically, every time PC boots, I have to go to bios and manually change TPM setting from firmware to discrete or PC won’t boot.
This happened after I swapped mobo, cpu and ram.
Found similar case, but without answer: Question - Windows won't boot unless change "Firmware TPM" to "Discrete TPM" in the BIOS ? | Tom's Hardware Forum
What do I do so my pc would start without me going through bios and changing TPM setting?
The problem is, it resets back to firmware on every boot, so i have to change it.
Are you sure you did
…this? Because, this:
…doesn’t quite sound like it…
Yes, I’m sure. Things like xmp and OC settings wouldn’t even be present if I didn’t save changes before exit.
I personally would disable Secureboot/TPM and install win10 that won’t require TPM, problem solved. Optionally use rufus and create a new usb stick for win11 to install it without TPM.
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There is several topics around the web on how to bypass windows 11 requirements
disable windows%2011 tpm requirement - sx.nix.dk