Easiest Way to Install Windows 11 ON Anything!!!

Easiest Way to Install Windows 11 ON Anything!!!
I’ve already shown you how to install Windows 11 on unsupported hardware. However, it was complicated and took a lot of steps. So in this video i’m going to show you the easiest way yet to update to Windows 11 on unsupported hardware.

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MediaCreationTool.bat:
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Windows 11 media creation tool:
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Windows Terminal:
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32 thoughts on “Easiest Way to Install Windows 11 ON Anything!!!”

  1. welp, i got some problem here, my problem is i can't run windows server means that i have to Contact my pc manufacturer to see if i can upgrade my system BIOS, so if you can fix this problem (Reply) for Some Good Tips.

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  2. Not sure if you know about this but theres a way to make a Windows 11 iso with only using Rufus and the iso you Download from Microsoft. No tweaks after the install and so far i haven"t run into any issues with my install. My system is a Lenovo T420 with a second gen Intel Sandy Lake Processer, with only 6gb of Ram. Have you heard about this method? I didn't use a script at all to do this.

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  3. Hey. I have a dual Xeon E5-2690 v4 cpu with 128GB of ram and a NVIDIA Quadro M6000-24GB video card running on Windows 10 Pro for Workstations. I am so curious to do your method of install Windows 11 on my system. Question is will I be able to revert back to my Windows 10 Pro for Workstations if I don't like Windows 11?

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  4. Well I found this a couple months after you posted. Followed exactly, got to the install part, and it came up with the "…currently doesn't meet Win 11 sysem requirements" with the 3 reasons. MS must have changed the iso???

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  5. I had issues with my installation. It happened to be the folder access control for ransomware protection was turned on causing the problem. If anyone has a failed installed before it reboots…. Check that the ransomware protection is not on.

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  6. I’m running 11 on my primary fixed workstation. Once they stop allowing updates to unsupported hardware, RHEL is going on that, then I’m going to Dell and buying another fixed workstation. Until that time comes however, I’ll continue to run it on my Precision T3600.

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  7. just take a windows 10 ISO that you install onto a USB drive using RUFUS and then mount a windows 11 ISO in windows 10, copy the install.wim file from the "sources" folder in the windows 11 ISO into the windows 10 "sources" folder on the USB drive (Might have to delete the windows 10 INSTALL.WIM file first off the USB Drive) and it has worked every time for me. It uses the windows 10 compatibility check and not the windows 11 TPM or Secure Boot check but install windows 11 only.

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