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Enable TPM in Dell 2120

Posted on 2011-09-02
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Dear All,
               I cant find the TPM option in Bios of the Dell 2120.
I dont know if the component is not there or I miss some drivers, please advice if there is a special driver i should install.
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TPM is available in the Latitude 2120 range. Whether you have it or not will be determined when you install the appropriate driver. The following is a good install article for you to follow:-

http://forum.notebookreview.com/hardware-components-aftermarket-upgrades/97611-enabling-tpm-security-chip-dell-latitude.html

I would recommend updating to the latest BIOS version and making sure all other system firmware is up to date before running through this.
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