Ensure that your operating
system supports the version of the TPM module being installed.
Ensure that you download
and install the latest BIOS firmware on your system.
Ensure that the BIOS
is configured to enable UEFI boot mode.
About this task
CAUTION: If you
are using the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) with an encryption key,
you may be prompted to create a recovery key during program or System
Setup. Work with the customer to create and safely store this recovery
key. When replacing this system board, you must supply the recovery
key when you restart your system or program before you can access
the encrypted data on your hard drives.
the TPM plug-in module is installed, it is cryptographically bound
to that specific system board. Any attempt to remove an installed
TPM plug-in module breaks the cryptographic binding, the removed TPM
cannot be reinstalled or installed on another system board.
TPM connector on the system board.
Press to hold
the module down and remove the screw using the security Torx 8-bit
shipped with the TPM module.
Slide the TPM
module out from its connector.
Push the plastic
rivet away from the TPM connector and rotate it 90° counterclockwise
to release it from the system board.
Pull the plastic
rivet out of its slot on the system board.
the TPM, align the edge connectors on the TPM with the slot on the
TPM into the TPM connector such that the plastic rivet aligns with
the slot on the system board.
Press the plastic
rivet until the rivet snaps into place.