Fix: “Cannot Load Management Console” Error in Windows 10

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TPM Management, “Cannot load management console” is often caused by poorly configured system settings or irregular entries in the Windows registry. This bug can be fixed with special software that repairs the registry and optimizes system settings to restore stability.

Attempting to run the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) management console on Windows 10 can often lead to the Cannot load management console error. This happens again if you have disabled or deleted the TPM directly in the BIOS itself. This applies to Windows 10, version 1703 or version 1809 devices.

Reopen TPM

If the TPM has been removed from the BIOS, close the TPM Management Console and reopen it. The error must not occur when opening the second time.

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TPM is Disabled in the BIOS

  • If TPM is disabled via BIOS settings, you must enable it again in the BIOS or run the following Windows PowerShell command as administrator:

tpm = gwmi -n root\cimv2\security\microsofttpm win32_tpm

  • Note After executing the command, you must restart the operating system and accept all BIOS prompts.

Running Windows PowerShell

  1. Open PowerShell Windows. You can do this by right-clicking on Start and selecting Windows PowerShell (Admin). You can also type Windows PowerShell in the Cortana search box and press Enter. Right-click on the application and select Run as administrator.
  2. Type the following commands and press Enter :

tpm = gwmi -n rootcimv2securitymicrosofttpm win32_tpm

3. Restart your PC and accept the BIOS prompts you receive.

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