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zekeblue
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Upgrade X1C6 BIOS from 1.22 or don't poke the bear?

Everything seems to be running fine.  Temps between 50 and 70 C, both standalone and docked to TB3 Dock.  Anything in 1.25 that would suggest I should update?

 

Thanks,

 


. . . . . Zeke . . . . . X1 Carbon G6 - Win10 (current), P50 - Win10 (2 yrs), T510 - Win7 (previous 6 yrs)
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Re: Upgrade X1C6 BIOS from 1.22 or don't poke the bear?

Entirely up to you.  The README is your friend.

 

https://download.lenovo.com/pccbbs/mobiles/n23uj08w.txt

 

 

[Important updates]
  Nothing.

[New functions or enhancements]
  Nothing.

[Problem fixes]
- Fixed an issue where BIOS POST might display the error message "Boot Manager recover
  from an error."
- Fixed an issue where BIOS POST might display the error message "1802: Unauthorized
  network card is plugged in - Power off and remove the network card (8086/7360/0000/0000)."
- Fixed an issue where ThinkPad surface temperature is higher than designed.
- Fixed an issue where Lenovo USB-C Travel HUB might not work in Windows 10 ver 1703
  or older.

 

 Z.


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