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Journeyman III

ftpm nv corrupted or ftpm nv structure change

Hi everyone

I recently upgraded my CPU from a 1700 to a 5800X3D, but after the Upgrade on Boot i got this message.

New CPU installed, fTPM/PSP NV corrupted or fTPM/PSP NV structure changed.

Press Y to reset fTPM, if you have BitLocker or encryption enabled,
the system will not boot without a recovery key

Press N to keep previous fTPM record and continue system boot, fTPM will NOT
enable in new CPY, you can swap back to the old CPY to recover TPM related
Keys and data.

I found a lot online about pressing y or going into the Bios to disable TPM, wich wasn't active, having used a 1700 and all. I cannot press Delete to get into my Bios, and i also can't  press Y to reset, i can only press N, and i have to do it every Boot. I used software to fix registries, i deinstalled all gigabyte software, i even disabled AMD PSP in the Device Manager, nothing works.

This, is my Hardware, please help, i'm kinda desperate

BIOS-Version: American Megatrends International, LLC. F63c, 20.07.2022


AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D


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