HOW TO REMOVE THE “SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS NOT MET” MESSAGE ON WINDOWS 11

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If you are running Windows 11 on unsupported hardware, this new version of the Windows operating system will display a “System requirement not met” watermark in the bottom left corner of the screen.

This may not be a concern if you use the operating system on a virtual machine. But for most people, this message feels very uncomfortable. Fortunately, you can get rid of this annoying message by doing a trick with the Registry. Totaldrivers.net will guide you how to do it through the following article!

Why does Windows 11 display the “System requirement not met” message?

Microsoft’s Windows 11 has much stricter hardware requirements than any previous version. If your system does not meet the minimum system requirements, including  TPM 2.0, the installation will stop unexpectedly.

However, this problem has many solutions. You can bypass the restriction and install Windows 11 on unsupported hardware.

Although Microsoft initially allowed installation on unsupported hardware with warnings about security issues and lack of future updates, Microsoft has now decided to put a permanent watermark to remind users that their system is not supported. A similar message may also appear in the  Settings app.

How to get rid of the “System requirement not met” message

If you see the “System requirement not met” watermark on your PC, you can remove it by modifying the DWORD value in Registry Editor.

Follow these steps to remove “System requirement not met” message on Windows 11:

1. Press  Win R  to  open the Run dialog box.

2. Type regedit and click OK to open Registry Editor.

3. In the  Registry Editor, navigate to the following path. You can also copy and paste the path into the Registry Editor address bar for quick navigation.

HKEY_CURRENT_USERControl PanelUnsupportedHardwareNotificationCache

4. In the right pane, right-click the  SV2 DWORD  value and select  Modify.

5. Enter  0 in the value data field.

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Enter 0 in the Value data field

6. Press OK to save the changes.

7. Close Registry Editor and reboot PC to apply the changes. After rebooting, Windows 11 will no longer show the unsupported hardware message.

If you do not have the key UnsupportedHardwareNotificationCache, you will need to generate a new key and set a value for that key. To do this:

1. In the Registry Editor, right click on the key Control (HKEY_CURRENT_USERControl Panel) and select  New > Key.

2. Next, rename the key to  UnsupportedHardwareNotificationCache.

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Generate a new UnsupportedHardwareNotificationCache key
3. Next, right-click on the new key and select New > DWORD (64-bit).

4. Rename the value as  SV2.

5. Next, modify the  SV2 DWORD  and set its  Value data  to  2.

6. Press OK to save the changes.

Maybe this message will reappear with new updates. So you will need to repeat the steps after installing the update.

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