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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.Booting from a Floppy is not recommended, so there are two best options to boot: CD drive or USB Flash drive. This can be done with the following The command adds the byte offset of the matching line plus the index for the start of the MSCF on that line, thus the byte offset of MSCF, this number is usually 4196 Now we need to cut these header bytes off, this is done by a standard dd cut, the following cuts away the first 4196 bytes. This method won't work for the Thinkpad 560X (and likely other older models).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".So in theory there are two basic steps to update the firmware (either the BIOS or the ECP) on a Think Pad not running Windows: Recent Thinkpads have firmwares available as Bootable CD image, e.g., This can be used directly to flash the image, and the invocation is typically "phlash16 /exit

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.Booting from a Floppy is not recommended, so there are two best options to boot: CD drive or USB Flash drive. This can be done with the following The command adds the byte offset of the matching line plus the index for the start of the MSCF on that line, thus the byte offset of MSCF, this number is usually 4196 Now we need to cut these header bytes off, this is done by a standard dd cut, the following cuts away the first 4196 bytes. This method won't work for the Thinkpad 560X (and likely other older models).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".So in theory there are two basic steps to update the firmware (either the BIOS or the ECP) on a Think Pad not running Windows: Recent Thinkpads have firmwares available as Bootable CD image, e.g., This can be used directly to flash the image, and the invocation is typically "phlash16 /exit $01c80000.fl1".

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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.

Booting from a Floppy is not recommended, so there are two best options to boot: CD drive or USB Flash drive. This can be done with the following The command adds the byte offset of the matching line plus the index for the start of the MSCF on that line, thus the byte offset of MSCF, this number is usually 4196 Now we need to cut these header bytes off, this is done by a standard dd cut, the following cuts away the first 4196 bytes. This method won't work for the Thinkpad 560X (and likely other older models).

c80000.fl1".

A list of links to firmware downloads can be found at BIOS Upgrade Downloads for most Thinkpad models. This requires that you have a DHCP and tftp server configured and setup properly on your network, and is probably not for the faint of heart.

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. Contrary to the name, GRUB for DOS works fine on Linux.

If you have Windows on your Think Pad you can just boot into it and follow instructions on the Lenovo website. Follow these steps: Use "geteltorito" to extract the update image from ISO image, downloaded from Lenovo's drivers page.

Showing BIOS version 3.23 (1RETDRWW) and ECP version 3.04 (1RHT71WW). Change to the volume where flash2and other tools are installed, and execute "flash2/u".

Please consider updating the List of DMI IDs before (and after) updating your BIOS. This should bypass the battery check and perform the flashing.

A list of links to firmware downloads can be found at BIOS Upgrade Downloads for most Thinkpad models. This requires that you have a DHCP and tftp server configured and setup properly on your network, and is probably not for the faint of heart.

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. Contrary to the name, GRUB for DOS works fine on Linux.

If you have Windows on your Think Pad you can just boot into it and follow instructions on the Lenovo website. Follow these steps: Use "geteltorito" to extract the update image from ISO image, downloaded from Lenovo's drivers page.

Showing BIOS version 3.23 (1RETDRWW) and ECP version 3.04 (1RHT71WW). Change to the volume where flash2and other tools are installed, and execute "flash2/u".

Please consider updating the List of DMI IDs before (and after) updating your BIOS. This should bypass the battery check and perform the flashing.

This is a huge drawback for anyone wanting to use SSDs, because it is so much slower. 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.