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How to Install and Uninstall TPM Diagnostics Tool in Windows 11?

Written by Wyatt Surrey

According to Microsoft, TPM (Trusted Platform Module) is a dedicated hardware chip that is mandatory to install Windows 11 on any PC. It is a physical device that is used to protect and store security keys and sensitive user data. However, there is a way to bypass TPM and install Windows 11 on a computer. You can even install Windows 11 on a virtual machine by bypassing TMP 2.0.

For some reason, manufacturers ship motherboards with the TPM disabled by default. That said, if you bought your PC after 2015, your computer may have shipped with the TMP module, but when you check Windows 11 compatibility with any tool you may still see that TMP is not available.

You have to enter the BIOS / UEFI and turn it on manually to install Windows 11 on your computer. Now Windows 11 comes with a new app, TPM Diagnostics. It gets the information from your PC through the TPM module.

This Gearupwindows article will walk you through installing and uninstalling the TPM Diagnostic App on your Windows 11 PC.

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How do I install the TPM diagnostic tool in Windows 11?

Step 1. Open the Settings app, then click the Apps Category from the left side of the page.

Step 2. On the right side window of Apps, Click on that Optional functions Tab.

Step 3. Click Show functions Button next to the Add an optional feature.

Step 4. Enter in the pop-up window TPM diagnosis on the Search box. From the available search results, select the TPM Diagnostics check box, then click the Next Button.

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Step 5. In the next window, click the To install Button.

Once you have completed the above steps, the TPM diagnostic tool will download and install on your PC.

That’s it. Get it now C: Windows system32 tpmdiagnostics.exe to retrieve the diagnostic data from the Trusted Platform Module. To learn more about this tool, run the tpmdiagnostics.exe /? Command from the command prompt or PowerShell.

How do I uninstall the TPM diagnostic tool in Windows 11?

Step 1. Open the Settings app by pressing. to press window + I Keys simultaneously from the keyboard and then click the Apps Category from the left side of the page.

Step 2. On the right side window of Apps, Click on that Optional functions Tab.

Step 3. Under Optional functions, please scroll down to the entry of. to see TPM diagnosis and then click on it.

Step 4. Click the Uninstall Button.

That’s all. TPM Diagnostics will now be uninstalled from your computer. No further action is required.

About the author

Wyatt Surrey

Wyatt Serrey has spent over 17 years working in the tech industry and also been a Windows fan since he used Windows XP on his computer. He loves to help and teach others how to get the most from their devices, systems, and apps.

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