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October 24, 2009


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You forgot one step. Prior to any OS upgrade, you should check to see if there is a firmware/BIOS update from the Lenovo website, and apply that before moving up the OS food chain.

I'd do it now, as well, be it for an X60 or any other computer.

Note that if the system is running a 64bit version of an OS, you may need to burn a bootable CD of the BIOS update, rather than an over-the-OS BIOS update

Stephen Skarlatos

Good point RBK. The Lenovo System Update will check for the latest BIOS, it is a good idea to validate the version before starting the upgrade. I updated the post.

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