I am currently facing an issue with enabling TPM2.0 on my Asus Rampage 4 Black Edition (R4BE) motherboard running Windows 11. Your expertise would be highly valued in resolving this.
OS: Windows 11
Motherboard: Asus Rampage 4 Black Edition
TPM Module: SuperMicro-9665V TPM2.0 (TCG 2.0) installed in the 20-pin socket of the motherboard.
BIOS Settings: "Security Device Support" has been enabled, "TPM State" is enabled.
I have followed the necessary steps to enable TPM2.0 support in the BIOS. However, I've encountered the following greyed-out options in the "Advanced/Trusted Computing" section:
TPM Enabled Status: Disabled
TPM Active Status: Deactivated
TPM Owner Status: Unowned
Restarted the computer after enabling TPM state to update the TPM settings, but still faced the greyed-out options.
Checked if "Pending operation" was set to "None," which it was.
After the restart, the BIOS displayed a message stating, "O.S. will not show Security Device. TCG EFI protocol and INT1A interface will not be available." This leads me to suspect two potential issues:
The Asus Rampage 4 Black Edition motherboard may not be compatible with TPM2.0.
The SuperMicro TPM module I installed might not be compatible with the motherboard.
I would greatly appreciate any advice or insights from the community regarding why these options are greyed out and any possible solutions to enable TPM2.0 support on my R4BE motherboard.