Valorant VAN 1067 TPM 2.0 Error


Valorant VAN 1067 TPM 2.0 Error - What it is and How to Fix

Sadakshi Kalyan Ramun
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Valorant VAN 1067 “TPM 2.0” error prevents Windows 11 users from playing Valorant
The issue is related to Trusted Platform Module (TPM) and Secure Boot
The error can be fixed by simply enabling TPM and Secure Boot in the BIOS setting upon booting the computer

Valorant is no stranger when it comes to issues, bugs, and errors. But the latest error plaguing Valorant players is VAN 1067 - TPM 2.0 Error, associated with Trusted Platform Module (TPM), a technology used for system integrity measurements. TPM 2.0 Error has been majorly reported by users with a Windows 11 OS and prevents players from opening the game.

This issue you're experiencing is because of an incompatibility between implementation in Vanguard (our anti-cheat feature) and Windows 11, a version of Windows that we currently do not support. If you have TPM 2.0 or Secure Boot disabled, you're not going to be able to launch nor play Valorant,” wrote Riot Games’ support to one Reddit user, who posted the potential steps to resolve the issue on a Reddit thread.

Riot is constantly exploring ways and methods to strengthen the security of the game and to combat cheating. Now, Vanguard uses TPM and Secure Boot, a security standard to help make sure that a device boots using only software that is trusted by the manufacturer.

How to fix Valorant VAN 1067 TPM 2.0 Error

The reason why VAN 1067 error code pops up is that both TPM and Secure Boot are disabled on Windows 11. In order to fix this issue, users are required to enable TPM and Secure Boot on their computers by accessing the BIOS setting.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to enable them.

Enabling Secure Boot

1. Go to Windows settings and click on Windows Update and click on Advanced options, then on Recovery

Windows Settings screen

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Windows Update screen

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2. Select ‘Restart Now’ under Advanced startup

Windows Recovery Screen

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3. The windows will restart now and you will be shown a new Menu with different options

Windows Recovery Environment

4. Click on the Troubleshoot option, followed by Advanced options, and finally click on UEFI Firmware Settings. Upon clicking on the UEFI settings, click ‘Restart’ to make the changes. You might be prompted to press ‘F10’ or any other function key to enter the BIOS menu.

5. The BIOS menu will pop up and from here move to the ‘Boot’ tab and enable Secure Boot

Enabling TPM 2.0

1. In the same BIOS menu screen, navigate to the ‘Security’ tab

2. Enable the option “Change TPM state”

Now, your computer will automatically boot up and you should be able to play Valorant.

Note that this option may be different for different manufacturers. So if you’re not able to find “Change TPM state”, Google your manufacturer with the keyword “TPM 2.0 enable” and you should be able to find the correct option.

If the error code still shows after following all the steps, you can submit a ticket to Riot’s customer support. You can check out how to submit a ticket to Riot Games here.

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Sadakshi has been a gamer throughout her life and has followed League of Legends since Season 3, immediately falling in love with the esports scene. Bringing in her print journalism experience, she focuses on content that is both informative and innovative. While her heart still remains with League, her love for competition has pushed her to explore other titles such as Valorant and Apex Legends.

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