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How to Download and Install TPM 1.2 on Windows 7: A Step-by-Step Guide




If you are using Windows 7, you may have heard of TPM 1.2, a security feature that can protect your device from unauthorized access and tampering. TPM stands for Trusted Platform Module, a hardware chip that stores encryption keys and other sensitive data. TPM 1.2 is the latest version of this technology, and it can enhance the security of your Windows 7 device.




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However, not all Windows 7 devices have TPM 1.2 installed by default. Some may have an older version of TPM, such as TPM 1.1, or no TPM at all. If you want to upgrade your device to TPM 1.2, you will need to download and install the appropriate firmware update from your device manufacturer. This article will show you how to do that in a few easy steps.


Step 1: Check if your device has a TPM chip




Before you can download and install TPM 1.2, you need to check if your device has a TPM chip at all. To do that, follow these steps:


  • Go to Start > Control Panel > System and Security > BitLocker Drive Encryption.



  • If you see a message that says "A compatible Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Security Device must be present on this computer, but a TPM was not found", then your device does not have a TPM chip and you cannot install TPM 1.2.



  • If you see a message that says "A compatible Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Security Device was detected", then your device has a TPM chip and you can proceed to the next step.



Step 2: Check the version of your TPM chip




If your device has a TPM chip, you need to check what version it is. To do that, follow these steps:


  • Go to Start > Run and type tpm.msc and press Enter.



  • This will open the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Management console.



  • On the right pane, under the Status section, look for the Specification Version field.



  • If it says "1.2", then your device already has TPM 1.2 and you do not need to update it.



  • If it says "1.1" or lower, then your device has an older version of TPM and you need to update it to TPM 1.2.



Step 3: Download the firmware update for your device




If your device has an older version of TPM, you need to download the firmware update that will upgrade it to TPM 1.2. To do that, you need to find out the manufacturer of your device and visit their website for the download link. Here are some common manufacturers and their links for the firmware update:


Device manufacturerLink for firmware update


DellDell TPM 1.2 Update Utility


FujitsuFujitsu Security Advisory: Infineon TPM Vulnerability


HPHP Customer Support - Software and Driver Downloads


LenovoLenovo Security Advisory: LEN-15552


PanasonicPanasonic PC Information - Infineon Technologies AG Security Vulnerability Information (TPM)


ToshibaToshiba Security Advisory - Infineon Technologies AG Security Vulnerability Information (TPM)


If your device manufacturer is not listed here, contact their customer support department for assistance.


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Step 4: Run the firmware update utility




After you have downloaded the firmware update utility for your device, you need to run it to update your TPM chip to TPM 1.2. To do that, follow these steps:


  • Locate the downloaded file and double-click on it to launch the utility.



  • Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the update process.



  • You may need to restart your device after the update is finished.



Step 5: Verify that your TPM chip is updated




After you have updated your TPM chip to TPM 1.2, you need to verify that the update was successful. To do that, follow these steps:


  • Go to Start > Run and type tpm.msc and press Enter.



  • This will open the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Management console.



  • On the right pane, under the Status section, look for the Specification Version field.



  • If it says "1.2", then your device has successfully updated to TPM 1.2 and you are done.



  • If it says "1.1" or lower, then your device has not updated to TPM 1.2 and you need to repeat the previous steps or contact your device manufacturer for support.



Conclusion




TPM 1.2 is a security feature that can protect your Windows 7 device from unauthorized access and tampering. However, not all Windows 7 devices have TPM 1.2 installed by default. Some may have an older version of TPM or no TPM at all. To upgrade your device to TPM 1.2, you need to download and install the firmware update from your device manufacturer and clear your TPM. This article has shown you how to do that in a few easy steps. By updating your TPM chip to TPM 1.2, you can enhance the security of your Windows 7 device and enjoy a more reliable and trustworthy computing experience. b99f773239


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