How to create a Windows 11 installation USB drive that can bypass Windows 11 system requirements?

Updated on July 11, 2022 by Admin to Windows Installation USB Creator

Windows 11 was officially released on October 5, 2021, it brings some new features, and existing features have also been improved. At the same time that Windows 11 was released, Microsoft announced the latest Windows 11 system requirements. We can see that Windows 11 no longer supports 32-bit x86 processors, the minimum RAM size has also been increased to 4G, and the motherboard is required to support TPM 2.0 and UEFI secure boot. This means that we can only install and run Windows 11 on modern UEFI-based computers and we will not be able to install Windows 11 on BIOS computers by default.

We know that there are many tools on the market that can be used to make a Windows installation USB and they can successfully help you make a Windows 11 installation USB drive, but they cannot help you bypass Windows 11 system requirements when creating the USB drive, so you have to manually bypass Windows 11 system requirements when using these USB drives to install Windows 11, for example change the registry by pressing "SHIFT + F10" during installation. Hasleo WinToUSB is a professional Windows bootable USB drive creation tool, here we recommend you to use it to create Windows 11 installation USB drive, because it is currently the only tool that can help us bypass Windows 11 system requirements while creating a Windows 11 installation USB drive. After that, we can use this USB drive to install Windows 11 on BIOS computers or install Windows 11 on computers without a TPM chip.

 

Tutorial to create a Windows 11 installation USB drive that can bypass Windows 11 system requirements.

Step 1. Download and install Hasleo WinToUSB, and then download Windows 11 installation ISO file, you can also download Windows 11 installation ISO file with Windows installation ISO download feature built into Hasleo WinToUSB.

Step 2. Connect the the USB drive to the computer, run Hasleo WinToUSB and then click "Windows Installation USB".

Click Windows Installation USB Creator

Step 3. Click "Select installation source", then click "Browse image file" and then select the Windows 11 installation ISO file from the open dialog box as installation source.

Select Windows installation source

Step 4. Click "Select destination drive" and select the destination drive from the pop-up drive list. If the drive is not correctly recognized by Hasleo WinToUSB, you can click the refresh drive list button for the program to recognize the drive.

Select destination drive

Step 5. Choose the partition scheme you want to use and tick the "Bypass Windows 11 system requirements" checkbox.

Select partition scheme

* Partition scheme:

  1. MBR for BIOS: This option creates a Windows installation USB that can only be booted on BIOS computers.
  2. GPT for UEFI: This option creates a Windows installation USB that can only be booted on UEFI computers.
  3. MBR for BIOS and UEFI: This option creates a Windows installation USB that can be booted on both BIOS and UEFI computers.

* Bypass Windows 11 system requirements: This allows you to create a Windows 11 installation USB drive that can bypass Windows 11 system requirements.

Step 6. Click "Proceed", a pop-up will appear asking you if you want to format it to continue, click "Yes" if you are sure.

The drive needs to be formatted prompt

Step 7. After clicking "Yes", WinToUSB begins creating the Winddows installation USB drive.

ceating Windows Installation USB drive

Step 8. Click "Finish" when the creation is complete.

Step 9. There are two ways to install Windows 11 using the Windows 11 installation USB drive created by Hasleo WinToUSB.

Method 1: Insert the Windows 11 installation USB drive into the computer where you want to install Windows 11, open Windows Explorer, run the setup.exe file in the USB drive, and then follow the prompts to complete the Windows 11 installation.

Windows 11 normal installation

Method 2: Insert the Windows 11 installation USB drive into the computer where you want to install Windows 11, restart the computer and enter the BIOS, change the BIOS to boot from the USB drive, and then follow the prompts to complete the Windows 11 installation.

Windows 11 normal installation

Conclusion

Follow these simple steps, you can see that Hasleo WinToUSB can help you create a Windows 11 installation USB drive that can bypass Windows 11 system requirements, so you can install Windows 11 on a computer that does not meet the Windows 11 system requirements with the Windows 11 installation USB drive created by Hasleo WinToUSB.