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Updating BIOS isn't something you do manually, not completely anyway.
In most cases, you'll use a special BIOS update tool supplied by your computer or motherboard manufacturer to do the job.
Below are 5 different methods for checking the BIOS version installed on your motherboard: Methods 1 & 2 are best if your computer isn't working properly. Methods 3, 4, and 5 are more convenient ways to check the BIOS version, require your computer to be working, and work in Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP.
The "traditional" way to check the BIOS version on a computer is to watch for the version notation that appears on the screen during the POST as your computer starts to boot.
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.
Here's how to do it: frustrating restarting your computer over and over if you keep missing the BIOS version notation.
The POST results screen is usually really fast, especially as computers get faster and decrease boot time.
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.
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.
It's unknown if a boot image can be extracted from it. Also, please consider updating the List of DMI IDs after updating your BIOS.