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How do I upgrade the Bios for E5140, E5320, E5520, E6150, E6520, E6530 and E6550 LifeBooks?
NOTE: This BIOS upgrade is for E5140, E5320, E5520, E6150, E6520, E6530 and E6550 LifeBooks. The upgrade fixes an issue with the Full Dock II/LAN Dock II/Port Replicator II.
Instructions on Upgrading the BIOS.
Step 1: Create a bootable BIOS upgrade disk
This step can be performed on any system (desktop/notebook computer) running a Microsoft Operating system.
- Place the BIOS upgrade disk in the floppy drive of your pc/notebook.
- Copy the system files onto the BIOS upgrade disk to make it bootable.
- For example:
MS DOS prompt: type 'sys A:'
- Double click "My computer" on the desktop.
- Right click the floppy drive icon.
- Select "Format?"
- Select the "copy system files only" option
Step 2: Upgrading the BIOS
- Attach a floppy disk drive to the LifeBook to be upgraded.
- Place the BIOS upgrade disk (created in Step 1) in the floppy drive of that LifeBook.
- Reboot the system. Boot from the floppy.
- At the command prompt, type:
phlash /mode=3 filename.rom (put a space after "phlash" and after "3". Filename is the name of the BIOS.)
- Allow the system to reboot.
Step 3: Change BIOS settings (For users upgrading from Windows 9x to Windows 2000).
To allow Windows 2000 to better manage your system, change the following settings in your BIOS:
a) Boot the notebook and press F2 to enter BIOS setup.
b) Set Power Management to Disabled
b) Set Plug and Play OS to NO
Consult your user's guide on how to change BIOS settings.