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XPS 13 Re-imaging guide for Microsoft Windows

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Trusted Platform Module (TPM) security

TPM must be enabled in the BIOS setup program for it to be deployed on the computer. Follow these steps to enable and configure the TPM:
  1. Turn on or restart your computer.
  2. Press F2 when the Dell logo is displayed on the screen to enter the BIOS setup program. The BIOS setup program is displayed.
  3. On the left pane, select Security > TPM Security > Clear TPM .
  4. Select or clear any of the following options to enable or disable it, respectively:
    • Enabled (Default): The BIOS enables the TPM during POST and it can be accessed by the operating system.
    • Disabled: The BIOS will not enable the TPM during POST and it cannot be accessed by the operating system.
    • TPM On: The TPM is enabled and activated.
    • Clear: The BIOS clears the information stored in the TPM.
  5. Save the settings and exit.

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