Question How to enable ftpm in galax a320m motherboard paired with ryzen 3 3200g and ftpm option is not available in bios?

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I have galax a320m motherboard paired with amd ryzen 3 3200g and in 'trusted computing', though it is enabled, it shows 'No security device found' and there is no option which allows me to enable ftpm in bios. In device manager, under security devices, I have AMD PSP Device 10.0 but still tpm is nowhere to be found. Please help me.Image of bios.
 

MrLitschel

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The Galax A320M doesn't have a ftpm built in. I couldn't find any good pics of the Galax A320M, so you need to check the manual to see if there is a 17 pin TPMS1 header on the motherboard. It there is, you need to purchase a TPM Header (17-pin TPMS1).
 
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The Galax A320M doesn't have a ftpm built in. I couldn't find any good pics of the Galax A320M, so you need to check the manual to see if there is a 17 pin TPMS1 header on the motherboard. It there is, you need to purchase a TPM Header (17-pin TPMS1).
Sir, my cousin uses the same motherboard, in his pc ftpm exists in the bios and he successfully upgraded to windows 11. Everything is same in our bios except the ftpm option.
 

MrLitschel

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I dug around the bios for the Galax A320M motherboard and it appears to only support Windows 10. It doesn't appear to have any drivers for Windows 11 . If your cousin has managed to configure his Galax A320M motherboard, you should ask him. As the A320M motherboards are made by various manufacturers, double check to see if your cousin is using the GALAX brand.
 
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Like you suggested, I flashed my bios, after it was done, there was no significant change in the system bios settings. Everything remained same. If somehow windows identifies AMD PSP 10.0 device as TPM, then my problem will be solved.
 

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