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Updating BIOS is the easiest way to gain the new functions, enhance the stability of BIOS and fix some bugs of the former version.

This post aims to introduce 3 Lenovo BIOS update utility to help Lenovo users improve the performance of their computer.

You must read the Lenovo website and/or files to confirm which BIOS is compatible with which ECP, and the order in which to update them. Use F8 to abort the boot sequence of a windows 98 boot CD.

The Lenovo/IBM documentation is sometimes unclear about the order in which these two firmwares should be updated. IBM didn't provide specific instructions for your model or a particular firmware update), update the ECP first, and then the BIOS. If you need CD-ROM support, load CD-related things but say no to everything else.

Updating the BIOS in Linux (with few exceptions) is not officially supported by Lenovo. By following any of the instructions here you are accepting the very real risk of turning your Think Pad into a big expensive paper weight, as a firmware update gone wrong can create unfix-able problems. A user on Notebook Review named 'Middleton' made these alternative BIOSes to enable SATA2 on certain Thinkpad models (X61/T61/R61/X300). "geteltorito" is available in Ubuntu (at least in Trusty, 14.04) from package "genisoimage".

These Think Pads are limited to SATA1 in their BIOS even though the hardware is SATA2. So, even though Lenovo is now offering "Linux diskette" updaters, that will create a bootable floppy under Linux, using a floppy is still not recommended.

You can also check the Lenovo Support website's driver matrix. This worked on the R31, X22, T21, T30 and T41p with various firmware updates.

You may need to try different packages to find the one from which you can extract a boot image. The special update instructions for X1, X1 Carbon, X1 Carbon 2nd, X1 Hybrid, X20, X21, X22, X23, X24, X30, X31, X32, X40, X41, X41 Tablet, X60, X60s, X60 Tablet, X61, X61s, X61 Tablet, X100e, X120e, X121e, X130e, X131e, X140e, X200, X200 Tablet, X200s, X201, X201i, X201s, X201 Tablet, X220, X230, X230i, X230s, X230 Tablet, X230i Tablet, X240, X240s, X300, X301 Thinkpads are quite long. The BIOS updater may refuse to update a BIOS without a battery, or if the battery charge is too low.BIOS stands for Basic Input Output System, also called ROM-BIOS.It’s a group of embedded process in your computer offering the lowest and most basic hardware controlling for computer.This page is meant to describe ways to update the BIOS on a Think Pad that only runs Linux for users that don't have ready access to Windows. Follow these steps: Use "geteltorito" to extract the update image from ISO image, downloaded from Lenovo's drivers page.If you have Windows on your Think Pad you can just boot into it and follow instructions on the Lenovo website. Write the extracted image to a USB Flash drive using dd.

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