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You can check the current BIOS and ECP versions on your Think Pad as detailed here: BIOS Version Please consider updating the List of DMI IDs before (and after) updating your BIOS. This should bypass the battery check and perform the flashing.

Firmware flasher program can run on DOS (Lenovo PC DOS) or Windows but, unfortunately, not Linux. If that doesn't work, check if the update disk contains a tool called "phlash16.exe".

Lenovo/IBM provides firmware upgrades in a variety of packages: The Linux diskette is just the Diskette package that runs on Linux instead of Windows/DOS. On the X22, it worked with ECP 1.30 but not with BIOS 1.32 Lenovo recommends reseting your BIOS settings to their factory defaults after a firmware update.

Older installers from Lenovo mostly appear to be just a wrapper license program around Windows files (see BIOS-Bootsplash). Run the following: Yes, you need to run updtrom five times. For the i Series 1400 follow instructions on this website.

If you install the Linux program cabextract you can expand these files directly.

...): from internal hard drive, CD drive, USB Flash drive or, as the last resort, floppy drive. It's reported, for example, that the Non-diskette for BIOS version 3.23 for the T41p was not extractable, but the Diskette worked perfectly, with There is a simple way to solve this, by stripping the header off from the Non-diskette version. For example, on the IBM Think Pad X31, the normal command-line command to update the ECP would be UPDTFLSH ("UPDTFLSH

Lenovo/IBM provides firmware upgrades in a variety of packages: The Linux diskette is just the Diskette package that runs on Linux instead of Windows/DOS. On the X22, it worked with ECP 1.30 but not with BIOS 1.32 Lenovo recommends reseting your BIOS settings to their factory defaults after a firmware update.

Older installers from Lenovo mostly appear to be just a wrapper license program around Windows files (see BIOS-Bootsplash). Run the following: Yes, you need to run updtrom five times. For the i Series 1400 follow instructions on this website.

If you install the Linux program cabextract you can expand these files directly.

...): from internal hard drive, CD drive, USB Flash drive or, as the last resort, floppy drive. It's reported, for example, that the Non-diskette for BIOS version 3.23 for the T41p was not extractable, but the Diskette worked perfectly, with There is a simple way to solve this, by stripping the header off from the Non-diskette version. For example, on the IBM Think Pad X31, the normal command-line command to update the ECP would be UPDTFLSH ("UPDTFLSH $018E000. But this utility checks for an installed and charged battery and will not let you update the ECP firmware if the battery is missing or not charged. The same disclaimer applies here as for the BIOS: do this only as a last resort.

Easiest way is from internal hard drive, but you'd better avoid touching it until you don't want to loose files there. To do this, first you need to find the index for the first occurance of MSCF in the downloaded executable. If there is a power failure during the update, you will likely brick your laptop.

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Lenovo/IBM provides firmware upgrades in a variety of packages: The Linux diskette is just the Diskette package that runs on Linux instead of Windows/DOS. On the X22, it worked with ECP 1.30 but not with BIOS 1.32 Lenovo recommends reseting your BIOS settings to their factory defaults after a firmware update.Older installers from Lenovo mostly appear to be just a wrapper license program around Windows files (see BIOS-Bootsplash). Run the following: Yes, you need to run updtrom five times. For the i Series 1400 follow instructions on this website. If you install the Linux program cabextract you can expand these files directly. ...): from internal hard drive, CD drive, USB Flash drive or, as the last resort, floppy drive. It's reported, for example, that the Non-diskette for BIOS version 3.23 for the T41p was not extractable, but the Diskette worked perfectly, with There is a simple way to solve this, by stripping the header off from the Non-diskette version. For example, on the IBM Think Pad X31, the normal command-line command to update the ECP would be UPDTFLSH ("UPDTFLSH $018E000. But this utility checks for an installed and charged battery and will not let you update the ECP firmware if the battery is missing or not charged. The same disclaimer applies here as for the BIOS: do this only as a last resort.Easiest way is from internal hard drive, but you'd better avoid touching it until you don't want to loose files there. To do this, first you need to find the index for the first occurance of MSCF in the downloaded executable. If there is a power failure during the update, you will likely brick your laptop.

8E000. But this utility checks for an installed and charged battery and will not let you update the ECP firmware if the battery is missing or not charged. The same disclaimer applies here as for the BIOS: do this only as a last resort.

Easiest way is from internal hard drive, but you'd better avoid touching it until you don't want to loose files there. To do this, first you need to find the index for the first occurance of MSCF in the downloaded executable. If there is a power failure during the update, you will likely brick your laptop.

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