Valorant: How to fix VAN 1067 error?

Before Valorant, the FPS games market was ruled by Valve’s iconic Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. CSGO was all over from casual FPS gamers to eSports scene. However, Riot Game’s Valorant changed the scene and it is giving a neck to neck competition to Valve’s CSGO.

These days, numerous gamers are upgrading to Windows 11 as Microsoft is providing free upgrade to every Windows 10 user. However, after upgrading to Windows 11, a few Valorant players are getting VAN 1067 error code while launching the game. In this article we are going to provide you a step-by-step guide on how to fix the VAN 1067 error in Valorant.

Keep reading this article till the end to find out the VAN 1067 error fix.

Valorant is a free to play FPS game developed by Riot Games. At first, this game was launched under the codename Project A in October 2019 and later this game was released as Valorant. Powered by Unreal Engine 4, Valorant is only available on Windows for now.

Without wasting time, let’s check out how to fix VAN 1067 error:

How to fix VAN 1067 error?

The VAN 1067 error occurs due to not activated TPM 2.0. In most cases, TPM 2.0 automatically gets activated after installing the Windows 11 update. However, sometimes you may need to turn it on manually. Here is how to do it:

  • First you need to know the BIOS hotkey of your motherboard.
  • Once your PC boots, press the BIOS hotkey repeatedly. It will open up the BIOS settings.
  • Then go to the Security tab and check for the Trusted Platform Module or TPM option.
  • Enable the TPM and save changes before exiting BIOS.

Then launch Valorant and it should work properly without showing any error.


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