How to Enable tpm 2.0 for Valorant

Have you ever faced a Connection Error while playing Valorant? Most people have reported Error Codes like VAN 1067 or VAN 9001 in Valorant and are confused about it. Wish to find out why are you getting these errors and how you can fix them. 

For the VAN9001 error, if you read the statement properly, then you will find out that the Vanguard requires TPM version 2.0 and a secure boot needs to be enabled to play the game smoothly. So, let’s get started with the TPM 2.0 enabling process on PC. 

You can enable the TPM 2.0 version by doing a secure boot from your system’s bios settings. Follow this guide for detailed step-by-step information. 

Can You Enable The TPM 2.0 Version In Windows 11?

As it is known, the TPM (Trusted Platform Module) 2.0 version and secure boot need to be enabled on your PC, to play Valorant. Check your Windows 11 motherboard to ensure that it supports TPM version 2.0. 

If not, then the only way to correct this is to change your Windows 11 to Windows 10. After that, enable the TPM 2.0 and secure boot in Windows 10. 

How To Enable TPM 2.0 For Valorant?

You have to go through three major steps to successfully enable the TPM 2.0 version on your PC and be able to play the Valorant. The steps include Secure Boot> Fix TPM 2.0> Enable Secure Boot & TPM. 

Further, proceed with these steps to successfully enable the Secure Boot and TPM. 

Secure Boot

  1. Find the setup for Bios Keys and choose the one that works for you (F2, F10, F1, F12, or Del)
  2. Turn off your PC and then turn it on 
  3. Click your Bios Key until the Bios Menu opened
  4. Choose the Boot option from the Bios Menu
  5. Enable the Secure Boot
  6. Then, enable the UEFI mode (this mode works with Secure Boot)
  7. Restart the PC and enable Secure Boot
  8. Save the changes and restart

Fix TMP 2.0

After the Secure Boot process, you can enable the TPM version 2.0 on your system. Follow these steps to enable the TMP 2.0. 

  1. Find the TPP/TPM/System Security 
  2. Then, enable the TPM
  3. Save the changes and restart your PC

Enable Secure Boot And TPM 2.0

  1. Click the Windows Key and enter System Information 
  2. Enable the Secure boot state
  3. Click the Windows Keys and enter tpm.msc
  4. Check the Specification Version in the TPM Manufacturing Information 
  5. If the version is 2.0 then it’s all good 

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Valorant Need TPM 2.0 On Windows 10?

Yes, to play the Valorant on Windows 10, your system needs to be updated with TPM version 2.0. 

What To Do If TPM 2.0 Is Not Enabled For Windows 11?

If the above method to enable TPM 2.0 does not work for Windows 11, then downgrade your version of Windows to its older version (Windows 10). 


The TPM 2.0 version needs to be installed on your PC for playing different types of games. Secure Boot is an important step for enabling TPM 2.0. Ensure your system is booted securely before you go for the steps to enable TPM 2.0.

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