Windows 10: Windows 11 not accepting my Athalon 3000G processor which is an approved cpu

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  1. Windows 11 not accepting my Athalon 3000G processor which is an approved cpu


    I upgraded my motherboard, CPU and memory to meet the requirements based on Windows 11 approved list yet windows 10, PC Health Check and installing manually per Microsoft supports suggestions doesn't recognize my AMD Athlon 3000G processor as an approved CPU. Has Microsoft provided a fix for this yet? Any suggestions?Thanks

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  2. Yolvi Ell Win User

    CPU / CPU Processor problems / Processor affinity

    We appreciate the information you provided. Your processor is working as expected. CPU affinity is only showing CPU (0) since 1 processor is working at the moment. It's very likely that your computer is using a balanced power plan, so we suggest changing
    your power plan to High Performance by following these steps:

    • Right-click Start.
    • Click Power Options.
    • Choose High Performance.

    In addition to that, we recommend installing the latest updates to keep your system current and secure. Go to
    Start > Settings > Update & Security > Check for updates.

    Some programs may also be automatically launching whenever you boot your computer, affecting the performance. To disable them, follow these steps:

    • Right-click your taskbar.
    • Click Task Manager.
    • Under the Startup tab, find the programs that you don't need.
    • Right-click the program and choose Disable.

    You're also using your computer for a game that was designed to run on an earlier version of Windows, so it's possible that it's slowing down your computer. In this case, use the Compatibility Troubleshooter to find and fix problems with the program using
    these steps:

    • Click Start.
    • Type Troubleshooting and press Enter.
    • Click Run programs made for previous versions of Windows.
    • Click Next.
    • Choose the program from the list and click Next.

    Let us know if you need further assistance with your computer.
     
  3. pparks1 Win User
    Why can't my Processor meet requirement for a Win 11 Upgrade ???

    It's because it's not the speed that matters, but rather the functionality that the CPU has baked into it for support of future updates and security measures that Microsoft may implement in the future.

    The good news is
    1). Windows 11 isn't all that much different from Windows 10, so at present if you don't move to it, you aren't losing out on much
    2). Windows 10 is supported for another 4 years
    3). You can still install from the ISO on your unsupported processor and until additional functionality is added, you can run Windows 11 just fine and will be getting current updates.
     
  4. yahanna Win User

    Windows 11 not accepting my Athalon 3000G processor which is an approved cpu

    Why can't my Processor meet requirement for a Win 11 Upgrade ???

    I'm confused about a notification from Microsoft about upgrading to win 11. The notification said my PC doesn't meet a requirement which makes 0 sense. It says my CPU isn't on an approved list of CPUs. But my processor is crazy fast. How is this possible?

    Below is a screenshot of what it claims I require although again it makes 0 sense. Can someone tell me if this is a joke from Microsoft or is this a mistake? Is win 11 all that and better than 10?


    Windows 11 not accepting my Athalon 3000G processor which is an approved cpu [​IMG]
     
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