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Tuesday, 7 September 2021

Valorant's anti-cheat system requires TPM 2.0 and secure boot on Windows 11


Anti-Cheat Police Department, a Twitter account that aggregates reports on cheating in online games, recently collected some forum posts from users having issues running Valorant on Windows 11. They show a "VAN9001" error that seems to occur when trying to play Valorant on Windows 11 without TPM2.0 or secure boot...

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