Install Windows 11 On Any PC

Install Windows 11 On Any PC
Install Windows 11 On Any PC

This video will show you how to install Windows 11 on unsupported hardware. So if you are trying to install or upgrade to Windows 11 on unsupported hardware like a virtual machine, then you can use this method.

Download Windows 11
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows11

Ways to install Windows 11
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/ways-to-install-windows-11-e0edbbfb-cfc5-4011-868b-2ce77ac7c70e?

Enable scripting
Set-ExecutionPolicy -ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted

Download Force-Windows-11-Install Script
https://github.com/JosephM101/Force-Windows-11-Install

Warning: Any action you take upon the information you find in this video of (Britec09), is strictly done at your own risk. Britec09 will not be responsible for any losses and/or any damages in connection with the use of this script. This video is for educational purposes only and is to only be used for testing in virtual machines for unsupported hardware.
Microsoft have warned that they won’t stop you installing Windows 11 on unsupported hardware and have even shared a work around for it to be done on older computers, but they have also warned you may not receive security updates in the future, so you follow this guide at your own risk, you have been warned. Backup data and do not install Windows 11 on your main computer if it is on Microsoft’s list as unsupported hardware.

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37 thoughts on “Install Windows 11 On Any PC”

  1. Hi Brian
    Thanks for posting this vid. I'm having an issue when double clicking the Batch file. The command line that appears does not resemble your example. It references PS C:USERSSPURRONEDRIVEDESKTOPINSTALL>
    Can you assist please?

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  2. In my case is I must stay on Windows 10 for the safety sake of my laptop with AMD A9 9410 A.P.U as unsupported hardware. Unless i will buy a new laptop with free upgrade to Windows 11 and also with high end processors at least 8th gen cpu and above.

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  3. I could be wrong but didn't you say Microsoft show how to install windows 11 on unsupported machines as well as i can't seem to find anything on the Microsoft site do you have a link to where they show it please?

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  4. Strangely, my laptop I used a lot in work during the post lockdown social distancing malarke. Microsoft said Win 11 was available but like a fool I enabled developer mode. Now says not fully supported! Microsoft eh? TPM 1 was available and an older gen i5. It runs ok with the 1TB SSD upgrade but may try this from scratch. My main PCS run Winn 11 properly!

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  5. Maybe, someone can confirm my thought. My specs are fitted for win11 except for CPU, which is i7-7700 and win11 requires at least i7-8###+. The thing is the frequency of my chip is more than enough and that makes me think that it is actually possible to run win11 without troubles on i7-7700. Can anyone support this?

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  6. Hi Brian. I installed on my ten year old laptop and it worked a treat and as of May 17th updates are being installed normally. The initial Win11 updates wiped out my display adapter because the driver update failed, however after resolving this problem everything is hunky dory. Much faster than Win10. Thanks for the excellent to the point video.

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  7. Great videos Brian, I have a question, only my cpu fails the hardware check as my motherboard has the facility to install a physical tpm module on the board. The board is a x99 with Haskell cpu. My question is can still follow the instructions as in the video?

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  8. Interesting. I tried to install the same patched ISO file on my desktop which I used to install on my laptop. Guess what it failed the Microsoft scrutiny test. No TPM no secure boot, so I made another patched ISO file on the desktop, this time I got a warning during the windows installation that my PC was not authorised to install windows 11 and gave me the option to accept. This installation went ahead normally and is working fine with updates. Maybe Micrsoft are onto the power shell script.

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