Ideapad 100s 32bit Bios To 64bit Bios
Reply Jonathan2016-12-20 at 05:09Permalink Thanks. then reboot again. Blog o vývoji software a čemkoliv, co s ním vůbec nesouvisí. Powered by WordPress. his comment is here
Then will flash your ROM. I was able to boot with new 1.45 BIOS, but the EC was at version 1.22 Using an update with a CD fixed things. Follow instructions of the BIOS installer. Make sure your laptop has its power supply plugged in. (It will refuse to update otherwise.) Follow the instructions.
Maybe it is a problem of the operating system, but on another machine (Dell) with the same system it's alright. Convert the ISO image using the geteltorito utility (if you don't have it: apt-get install genisoimage). For example: $ sudo dmidecode -s ‘bios-version' GIET87WW (2.37 ) Reply Nadine2016-10-17 at 15:38Permalink I am trying to update my BIOS following your guide … just one thing for which I Your donation via Paypal would be appreciated to support my work and the operation of workaround.org.
Leave the USB stick plugged in. To fix it I simply re-did the dd part, unmounted the disk (I had forgot to do that the first time) and tried another usb port. I did the very same several times now, but I always got the output $ geteltorito -o bios.img gcuj25us.iso Booting catalog starts at sector: 20 Manufacturer of CD: NERO BURNING ROM Why?
When trying to boot the usb drive it says "non-system disk or disk error" Reply Martin2016-07-13 at 10:09Permalink Many thanks! Apparently they never learn and are instead busy adding features like DRM and UEFI to make our lives even more miserable. Reply kilo2015-07-27 at 13:41Permalink Thanks. Thank you very much the reference!
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more information AcceptThe cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. They either require an old-fashioned operating system (Windows) or museum hardware (floppy drives) to update a BIOS. EDIT: updating BIOS did not help. Views: 45,407 29 thoughts on “Updating the BIOS on Lenovo laptops from Linux using a USB flash stick” foobar2014-07-22 at 23:54Permalink You might want to take a look at http://www.coreboot.org/Board:lenovo/x230.
This is ridiculous how Lenovo packages updates Reply eKi2017-02-07 at 16:32Permalink if only i could find a iso for Lenovo z50-70 🙁 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address this content The root of the problem is that the new BIOS version is distributed only in EXE file. After the Lenovo logo appears press ENTER. You saved my day!
Reply Rodrigo2016-05-01 at 11:21Permalink Thanks! You gave me a hint and I did my settings according to the readme table at https://download.lenovo.com/pccbbs/mobiles/r02uj49d.txt with "OS Optimized Defaults" setting [Disabled] case, i.e. SUCCESS! :D Howto Download BIOS Download any 32 bit Microsoft Windows (or some Live CD?) Start gparted Select the USB that you will use Delete all partitions or create new Partition weblink After a minute of updating, i received an error on the screen.
Download the most recent ISO file.
Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean Users Online 100 Members / 5118 Guests English Community > Lenovo Notebooks > Lenovo IdeaPad 100, 305 & 500, Edge, LaVie Z, Needed to select as follows: USB UEFI support = enabled OS optimized defaults = disabled secure rollback = disabled secure boot = disabled UEFI / Legacy = both Priority = Legacy Reply Andrei2015-08-09 at 13:01Permalink Thanks, it worked! 😀 Reply Jurgen2015-09-06 at 13:17Permalink I just upgraded the firmware on my Lenovo X131e with this manual and it worked perfectly. it took me two days ;-) Sources The best source that helped me is this answer on AskUbuntu: http://askubuntu.com/a/252910/160422 Fail 17 - 64 bit version of Windows Success - bios updater
registered on Microsoft's web ("sorry, Microsoft, but I don't want your system, I only need to run this 5 MB exe file - only once!") maybe 20 times deleted and recreated Type c: and hit enter, now you are in the root directory of the USB partition. Reply Chris2016-07-27 at 02:19Permalink This was really helpful. http://collinsoffice.net/ideapad-100s/ideapad-100s-power-adapter.html That lead me to an ISO file download described as "BIOS Update Bootable CD for Windows 10 (64-bit), 8.1 (32-bit, 64-bit),8 (32-bit, 64-bit), 7 (32-bit, 64-bit), XP - ThinkPad X230 Tablet
Super guide, thank you so much for your time and effort writing this. Select the USB stick. I had the exact same problem. All contents are Copyright © 2015 Christoph Haas - [email protected]
I can't run the latest fedora kernel without a bios update (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1353103) Reply Nicola2016-09-08 at 07:24Permalink Hey Snowpaws… I managed to post my solution by replying to the wrong person below. Stránky Vše Software Jéé, JEE!