Installing windows 11:
1/Make sure you have tpm 2.0 enabled in bios
2/make sure you have a eufi drive enabled in your bios
3/Make sure you have secure boot enabled in your bios
4/make sure you have at least 4 gb of ram.
I have windows 11 installed again i'm just i curious about the final release.
The final step you have to made is the folowing, with in mind you have a bios who support tpm 2.0 and alow you to boot from eufi device.
Your harddrive is still formatted as master boot records ,mbr.
You must convert your drive to gpt otherwise windows 11 wont install.
There is a program in dos who can do it, called mbr2gpt.
You type in dos windows executed as administrator.
type the folowing in your dosbox:mbr2gpt /convert /allowfullos.
Then your hardrive is installed as gpt wich alows much higher drives then mbr wich supporting much more disk space then mbr.
When you have done this you can install windows 11 deleting all drives in the setup of windows 11.
When your done with the then you make a new drive from the deleted ones.Dont worry windows 11 will install on the new drive.
When you are done with it windows is installed on your tpg drive,and secure boot is enabled now you mus set it in the bios also.
When you are all done with this you finaly can install windows on your new gpt formated drive.
Format your drive as regular ntfs within the windows installation.
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/window ... mbr-to-gpt
check app for checking windows 11 howto enable.