How is it that my processor isn't compatible with the update, but my processor is on the "supported" processor list? There are less superior processors on the list that are compatible.
You question should be directed towards the hardware manufacturer. The burden is on them to test and submit the results to the hardware dashboard to qualify for the Windows Hardware Compatibility
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but my processor is on the "supported" processor list
Do you get This PC meets Windows 11 requirements with PC Health Check app?
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The update of the processor list occurs gradually and is done in conjunction with the hardware manufacturer, so that it can be added to the Microsoft website.
Also, it is possible that you are not on the recent version of windows 10, this can also interfere with the reading of the windows 10 integrity checker against windows 11, so I recommend that you check if you are on the latest version, which is at 21H1, for example.
Also, I recommend that you post your question on the windows 11 forum, this way you will have all the support you need to make your device compatible with windows 11, without too many problems.
To do this, access the link below and select the option "Ask a question" from the top menu and describe your entire problem:
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