Windows 10 Upgrade to Windows 11 fails

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by RolandM3, Aug 25, 2022.

  1. RolandM3

    RolandM3 Bit poster

    I downloaded the Windows 11 integrity checking tool and started it in my virtual win 10 machine.
    The results were as follows:
    the PC has to support a safe start
    TPM 2.0 has to be installed and activated
    I do not have a supported CPU
    My HD has to be > 64 GB (I have configured 64 GB !!)

    if anyone can answer in German, would be fine too.
    thx, Roland Bildschirmfoto 2022-08-25 um 18.36.31.png
  2. RolandM3

    RolandM3 Bit poster

    sorry, this post should be in forum "Windows guest OS".
    I missed.
  3. Nazeemabanu@P

    Nazeemabanu@P Moderator

    To upgrade windows 10 to Windows 11, refer below

    1. Check if your BIOS type of Windows is legacy or UEFI, If you have UEFI BIOS , then you can upgarde your virtual machine to Windows 11 in Intel Mac. Refer this link - for the same
    2. Check if you have the latest Parallels version 18 or 17
    3. Add the TPM chip, if the TPM is not added under Windows virtual machine configuration refer to this link -
    4. If you receive the "The processor isn't supported" issue when upgrading to Windows 11, then follow the instruction given in this link -


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