If u dont see in Advanced, the PCH-FW option, then u have to enable USER for PCH-FW on Advanced first, not only the desired option.
EDIT: Its there my friend… when u open the file with AMIBCP…lol
In ADVANCED set to USER the PCH-FW Configuration, dont need anything else to make the rest of the options available.
PTT looks and acts like TPM. The difference is, computers with Intel PTT don’t require a dedicated processor or memory. Instead they rely on secure access to the system’s host processor and memory to perform low-level system authentication and verification.
TPM is a Physical device… PTT needs that the processor matches the security requirements, that is not presently on Intel Serie 100 with SkyLake or KabyLake as they do not meet W11 specs. Asus Intel Serie 200 up till now, with recent bios update releases. U asked for one thing… u got it, so the rest u can follow that post u pictured as all the users there r trying the same.
There is no bios module (ROM/EFI) TPM 2.0 for adding in ta motherboard bios, already told u that TPM1/2 is a physical device that can be attached to the motherboard if it has a header to connect it, what was implemented in Intel 100 series up, was aso called virtual/software version of a TPM but its called PTT and their were not activated by default on some motherboards bios, thats it… no more miracles here, so some attempts by users are in this thread: Cannot enable Intel PTT (TPM 2.0) at ASUS motherboard
I understand now wot u mean, my opinion is too difficult/impossible and high chance of breaking bios, its not only a simple string/guid, much more attchad to that function. This reminds me that request about Resize Bar that is around here in the forum…did u saw any success on that operation? U didnt and u will not.