Updating the bios with the bios utility
In most cases you don’t even have to update your BIOS unless there’s a major problem with your hardware.Main problem with BIOS is that it’s located on a chip on your motherboard, and if the update process goes wrong you won’t be able to start Windows at all.You can just jot down the BIOS number and match it against the latest version from the manufacturer’s website, if needed update the same.BIOS not only helps maintain the stability of your system but it will also increase the security and try to protect the system from any vulnerability.If you aren’t an advanced user there’s no need to keep your BIOS updated, but if you have a hardware problem and the only way to fix it is to update BIOS, then you might have to update it.
Well, in case you own a Lenovo laptop the best way to update the BIOS would be to use the Lenovo System Update which is supported on Think Pad, Think Centre, Think Station, Lenovo V, B, K, and E-Series.
Before you begin, make sure that you have power backup while upgrading the BIOS.
Because if the computer turns off during the process, the BIOS may be corrupted and you will need a technician to fix it.
If your computer is working properly, you do not need to update or flash your BIOS.
In any case, should you wish to, we recommend that you do not try to update your BIOS yourself, but instead take it to a computer technician who may be better equipped to do it. Once the System Information Tool opens, you can check the BIOS version.
Search for updating the bios with the bios utility:
One can also run a command in CMD to check the BIOS version.