What’s up guys, in this tutorial, I will show you how to fix the connection error code VAN 1067 when trying to play Valorant on your PC. This should be quite an easy tutorial.
Microsoft recently released Windows 11 as a free upgrade for eligible PCs. Many Valorant players who have upgraded to Windows 11 are experiencing Secure Boot and TPM 2 issues. If you are getting the VAN 1067 error in Valorant, there is no need to panic. There are some simple solutions that you can try to fix the problem.
Why does the VAN 1067 Error occur in Valorant?
When you want to play Valorant on Windows 11, Secure Boot and TPM 2.0 are critical components. Your system will not be able to use Valorant if either feature fails.
With Secure Boot, users can protect themselves against security threats through the latest UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface). To use Windows 11, you must have TPM 2.0 installed. In order to use Windows 11, you must enable both Secure Boot and TPM 2.0.
Valorant error code VAN 1067 fix
In most cases, the VAN 1067 error is caused by your Trusted Platform Module, or TPM 2.0 being disabled.
You should be able to enable it in your BIOS settings when restarting your PC. Before enabling TPM, you should make sure that your Windows 11 version is up to date.
Step 1: Update Windows 11
Open up your Windows settings and navigate to the Windows Update section. Here, check for updates, or download and install the updates if there are any available to you.
These updates will be properly installed when restarting your PC after applying the next tweaks.
Step 2: Starting VGC service
You should then make sure that the Vanguard VGC service is running properly on your PC.
- Open up your Windows Services Manager by searching for Services in your start menu search.
- On this window, select any service and start typing VGC.
- This will show you the VGC service in this list. Right-click the service and select Properties.
- In the General section of this panel, make sure to set the Startup Type to Automatic.
Next, under Service Status, click on Start. This will start the Riot Vanguard process and can prevent the error if secure boot and TPM are enabled on your PC.
Step 3: Enable TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot
To find out if the secure boot and TPM 2.0 is enabled on your PC, search for System Information in your start menu search.
This will allow you to preview all of your BIOS and other system information. Under System Summary, you can see that my BIOS mode is set to UEFI and that the Secure Boot State is set to On.
For the next steps, it is recommended to look up your motherboard’s BIOS settings. Enable TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot on your own by navigating the menu.
1. Restart your computer
2. See the screen splash to identify the key you must press to enter the firmware (if applicable).
Enter the setup mode by pressing the required key repeatedly. The following is a list of the most common BIOS menu buttons. Your motherboard’s manual or online search can help you find the button if you have another one.
- Dell: F2 or F12.
- HP: ESC or F10.
- Acer: F2 or Delete.
- ASUS: F2 or Delete.
- Lenovo: F1 or F2.
- MSI: Delete.
- Toshiba: F2.
- Samsung: F2.
- Surface: Press and hold volume up button.
3. Once in your BIOS menu, you need to navigate to the Secure BOOT and TPM 2.0 settings and enable them.
Depending on which PC you are using, and which manufacturer or motherboard you’re using, there are different shortcuts to access your BIOS.
Make sure to look up your specific PC and enable Secure Boot as well as TPM 2.0 after restarting your PC.
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