Valorant TPM 2.0 Error: Know How To Fix The Issue

Valorant TPM 2.0 Error
Valorant TPM 2.0 Error Fixed

Valorant TPM 2.0 Error: Recently, most of the Valorant players reported an error that says the build of Vanguard requires TPM 2.0 and secure boot. In the simple world, this is an error caused by Valorant named VAN9001 for the players using Windows 11.

However, this is not a permanent error and can be fixed by following some simple steps. Here are all the details to fix it.

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Valorant TPM 2.0 Error: Why The Error?

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As we all know, how strict is Valorant, when it comes to cheating? Moreover, the game tries every possible way to keep the game clean and away from cheaters. Riot’s Vanguard makes this thing possible and keeps the hackers and cheaters away from the game.

However, it is not fixed and the Vanguard requires updates regularly. Recently, a new version of windows was released named Windows 11. Furthermore, the Vanguard also updated it accordingly and now some the Windows 11 users are facing this Tpm 2.0 error while launching Valorant

This is just an update from Riot in their Vanguard and most of the players who were using the preview version of Windows 11 are facing problems. So, players can run their secure boot to fix the Van9001 error in Valorant.

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How To Fix The Error?

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Valorant TPM error fixed

The fixing process might annoy you as it is a long and lengthy process. So, be patient and follow these steps to fix your TPM 2.0 error to start playing Valorant smoothly again:

  • Go to Settings > Update and Security > Recovery
  • Now go to the Advanced Startup, hit Restart Now, reboot the computer
  • Click on Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > UEFI Firmware Settings > Restart
  • This will then give you access to BIOS

Make sure your BIOS is in advanced mode and the TPM is enabled. After enabling it to go to the boot tab where you’ll find Secure boot.

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Step-1: Enable Secure Boot

Step-2: Set it to standard

Step-3: Save and exit.

These steps will surely fix your TPM .0 error in Valorant, and you can start enjoying your game once again.

So, this was all about the VAN9001 and secure boost error.

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Anish Prasad
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