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Official Windows 11 update 21H2 build 22000 is now available to all Windows 10 devices as a free upgrade. You can download Windows 11 Update via Windows 11 ISO, Update Assistant, Media Creation Tool from our latest post. However, not every device is eligible. There are minimum requirements for Windows 11 such as TPM 1.0/2.0 and Secure boot. Here is how to bypass TPM and secure boot requirements and download Windows 11 on unsupported devcies.
If your PC is not eligible, here you will learn to download the Windows 11 ISO final update 21H2 build 22000.194 and install it on any PC. The latest PC Health Check software also shows you why your device may be unsupported.
If you want both Windows 11 ISO and bypasss, go through the entire procedure listed below. The unofficial Universal MediaCreationTool will download Windows 11 as well as bypass requirements.
When executed, the script creates the "AllowUpgradesWithUnsupportedTPMOrCPU" value under "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Setup\MoSetup" in the registry and sets it to 1 or true. It also deletes the 'appraiserres.dll' file.
The tool has been available for a while as an alternative to the official Media Creation Tool to download the ISO file from the Microsoft servers for virtually any version of Windows 10 and Windows 11. However, it has been updated to include a script that applies specific Registry changes that allows you to run the official Windows 11 ISO or Media Creation Tool to proceed with the installation process skipping all the requirements checks. You can even proceed with the setup on a device using the legacy BIOS (basic input/output system) firmware instead of UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface).
Once you complete the steps, you can run the official Media Creation Tool or mount an ISO file to begin the installation of Windows 11 on unsupported hardware. If the script seems not to be working, restart the computer and run it a few more times.
Step 5. Navigate to the right side section, look for the file named Default. Here you have to create a new DWORD registry file. Once again, right-click there, choose "New" and then select "DWORD (32-bit) Value".
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Step 2. Switch WinToGo Creator to Windows Install Drive Creator. The obtained system information is available on the home screen, and it keeps updating all the time. Apart from Windows 11, Win11 builder also supports you to download Windows 10/8.1.
Step 5. After successfully downloading the Windows 11 iso image file on the USB drive, start to install Windows 11 from the bootable USB drive on your computer by following the installation wizard step by step.
 "Format" is frequently used in many situations. By formatting a drive partition, you can alter the file system, fix some corruption issues, and sometimes remove viruses and malware.
The following steps are exactly the ones I took to successfully install Windows 11 on my mid 2015 MacBook Pro with Boot Camp. These steps require downloading MediaCreationTool.bat from the second link above (this one), not the first. Again, Windows 10 needs to already be set up on your machine.
To work around this in the past, we could simply delete a file, called appraiserres.dll from the installation media and there would not be any hardware check. With the 22H2 release, this method no longer works and if you try to use it, you would see the following.
Accept the licensing terms and leave the recommended version as is selected automatically. As mentioned this prevents a language mismatch which would not allow you to keep your files during the upgrade:
This was tested just yesterday, so I doubt it changed. Microsoft typically does not update their installation media but rather relies on Windows Update to provide updates.Are you sure you have replaced the file correctly and started the upgrade from the copied files and not the mounted ISO?
Thanks for sharing this article. I have successfully uipgraded to 22H2 with an unsupported CPU.I can confirm that this also works by choosing USB flash drive instead of ISO. I simply replaced the appraiserres.dll file and startet the the upgrade.
Would be interesting to have the ability to play around with a system that shows this message.Or at least see what the logfiles of the installer say. They are in C:$WINDOWS.~BT\Sources\Panther\ setupact.log and setuperr.logIf possible to send these to me, that would be helpful.
Also, dumpbin fails to dump the DLL saying it is a MS_DOS executable. dumpbin on the original DLL works as expected. When the DLL is deleted instead of replaced the error is at the same place but changes to error code 2, which is file not found.
I upgrade from Win11 Home 21H2 to Win11 Home 22H2 by simply replacing:%SystemDrive%\$WINDOWS.~BT\Sources\appraiserres.dllWith the file appraiserres.dll present on Win 10 Home (yes, a Windows TEN file).That replace is done while install is on the screen where you choose if dowload updates or not (just after selecting not to download but before pressing the button)
I upgrade from Win11 Pro 21H2 to Win11 Pro 22H2 by simply replacing:%SystemDrive%\$WINDOWS.~BT\Sources\appraiserres.dllWith the file appraiserres.dll present on Win 10 Pro (yes, a Windows TEN file).That replace is done while install is on the screen where you choose if dowload updates or not (just after selecting not to download but before pressing the button)
I did not need to alter the ISO, no need for a Registry hack, no need to download anything outside official microsoft site, etc., just use one file of a Windows 10 Install media that replaces one file (not on the ISO, on the System drive while in middle of the install proccess).
At install time (run SETUP.EXE from ISO), when it reaches the screen where you can choose to download updates or not, on the root of system drive there is a folder $WINDOWS.~BT with a sub-folder called Sources, inside it the install media has created a file appraiserres.dll (Win 11 version), that file if replaced with the one of Windows 10 (the one for the same 64 Bits version HOME/PRO), that makes Windows 11 install bypass unsupported hardware detection.
I installed windows 11 21h2 by making a bootable windows 10 usb stick, and replacing the big file from windows 10 with that of the windows 11. So no checks etc.If i now use the big file from 22h2 and copy that to the windows 10 bootable usb stick. Can i upgrade in that way? Or do you have no experience with that way of installing?
If you do this the right way, no applications or data will get deleted. Possibly there was a language mismatch. In that case, at the last step, it will tell you that there is no option to keep your files and applications. Just be careful to read everything and make sure to follow the steps.
I have uploaded windows 11pro, 22H2 in 4 computers in total following the above instruction. I could upgrade all of them in 1 chance without any hiccup of any kind. Of the 4 two have Tpm 2 and came with windows 10, but unsupportive processor. The other two are unsupported in all aspects, originally came with windows 7 and 8 each. Upgraded to windows 10, then dual boot to win 10 and win 11 21H2. I could upgrade flawlessly. The instructions are thorough. However one has to follow religiously. Those who got stuck in the mid way, I would suggest them to start all over again. The steps are virtually failproof. One can open two computer side by side. The one which needs to be upgraded and the other to follow the instructions so that you do not miss or mix up a steps. Internet disconnection is also important and do not reconnect until everything is complete. However before proceeding with the steps one thing I may suggest, that the sleep function should be disabled (it may be set to never)- during the upgrading process so that the downloading and installation process could continue flawlessly.By the way I am an absolute layman.The following models I have upgraded.AMD PRO A10-8770 R7 3.5Ghz (2 Desktops)TOSHIBA Sattelite P50t-A , i5-3337u ( laptop)DELL Inspiron One 2320 i3-2120 (All in one)
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2. This tool lets you choose to do an "in-place" upgrade of a working W10 build (mine was W10Pro64), keeping your original apps and files. It also lets you just as easily do a clean install of W11. You use the provided link to Microsoft and download the multi-mode single W11 iso in the language of your choice, and you place that in the tool's folder.
3. You don't boot from an application included in the tool's folder. You simply copy that folder over to your W10 workstation and launch the tool's special .exe file from within the folder. Things are pretty automatic from that point on.
4. Your built-in W10 Defender SmartScreen application may see that .exe file launch as an uncommon or unknown-publisher app and block its run. To circumvent that issue you simply can disconnect from the internet before you launch that. I've edited that information into my PDF copy of the instructions, attached below. 781b155fdc