TPM 2.0 on the MSI motherboard is an updated version of the Trusted Platform Module. The TPM is a hardware component that provides secure storage of keys, passwords, and digital certificates. It is used to verify the integrity of the boot process and to ensure that only authorized software can run on the system.
To enable TPM 2.0 on the MSI motherboard, you will need to go into the BIOS settings and enable the TPM option. The location of this option will vary depending on your specific motherboard model, but it is usually located in the Security or Advanced settings. Once you have enabled the TPM option, you will need to restart your computer for the changes to take effect.
If you are not sure how to access the BIOS settings on your MSI motherboard, you can refer to the manual that came with your motherboard or contact MSI customer support for assistance. In This blog post, we will guide you on how to enable TPM 2.0 on the MSI motherboard step by step.
Enabling TPM 2.0 On Intel MSI Motherboard – A Step byStep Guide:
1) Start your computer and enter the BIOS settings. To do this, you will need to press a key during the boot process. The key that you need to press will be displayed on the screen. For example, it may say “Press F2 to enter BIOS settings”.
2) Once you are in the BIOS settings, go to the Security or Advanced settings.
3) Find the TPM option and enable it.
4) Save your changes and exit the BIOS settings.
5) Restart your computer for the changes to take effect.
You have now successfully enabled TPM 2.0 on the MSI motherboard.
How to Check the TPM Status on MSI Motherboard?
There are a few different ways that you can check the TPM status on your MSI motherboard. One way is to check the BIOS settings. Another way is to use the Command Prompt.
- To check the BIOS settings, first, enter the BIOS by pressing the F2 key during bootup. Then, go to the Security tab and look for the TPM settings. If the TPM is enabled, it will be listed under the Security tab.
- To check the TPM status using the Command Prompt, first, open the Command Prompt by clicking on the Start menu and then typing “cmd” into the search box. Then, type the following command and press Enter:
- TPM.MSC. This will open the TPM management console. In the console, you will see the status of the TPM. If the TPM is enabled, it will say “Enabled” under the Status column.
If you want to learn more about the TPM, or if you need help troubleshooting a problem with the TPM, you can visit the MSI website. There, you will find a variety of resources that can help you. That’s it! Those are the two ways that you can check the TPM status on your MSI motherboard.
How to Use TPM 2.0 on MSI Motherboard?
Once you have enabled TPM 2.0 on the MSI motherboard, you can use it to securely store keys, passwords, and digital certificates. To do this, you will need to install TPM management software. There are many different software programs available, so you will need to choose one that is compatible with your motherboard.
Once you have installed the TPM management software, you will need to create a TPM profile. This profile will contain all of the information that is needed to access the TPM. After you have created the profile, you can then add keys, passwords, and digital certificates to it.
To access the TPM, you will need to enter the BIOS settings and go to the Security or Advanced settings. Find the TPM option and select it. You will then be prompted to enter the TPM profile password. After you have entered the password, you will be able to access the TPM and use it to securely store keys, passwords, and digital certificates.
MSI Motherboards with TPM 2.0 Support:
Here is the list of motherboards in which their BIOS supports TPM 2.0.
Intel 300 Series Chipsets:
- Z390 Gaming Plus
- Z390-A Pro
- MPG Z390 Gaming Edge AC
- MAG Z390 Tomahawk
- MAG Z390M Mortar Titanium
AMD 400 series Chipsets:
- B550M PRO-VDH WIFI
- A520M PRO-M2
- A520M-A PRO
- H310M S2H 2.0
- B460M PRO-VDH WIFI
- B460M Mortar WIFI
- B460I GAMING
Once TPM 2.0 is enabled on your MSI motherboard, you can begin using it to store keys and certificates. To do this, you will need
If you are not sure how to access the BIOS settings on your MSI motherboard, you can refer to the manual that came with the motherboard or contact MSI customer support for assistance.
TPM 2.0 on MSI motherboard is a great way to increase the security of your computer. It can be used to store keys, passwords, and digital certificates in a secure location. To use TPM 2.0, you will need to enable it in the BIOS settings and install TPM management software. After you have done this, you can then create a TPM profile and add keys, passwords, and digital certificates to it.