An unusual start to a post this, but my Lenovo ThinkPad E560 laptop is working beautifully! However, Lenovo System Update yesterday alerted me to what it describes as a "critical" update to my BIOS. My existing BIOS is:
R00ET54W (1.29), 18/05/2017
and the new update is:
ThinkPad BIOS update version 1.31, 07/09/2017
CHANGES IN THIS RELEASE:
[Important updates] - Update includes security fixes
[New functions or enhancements] - Nothing.
[Problem fixes] - Nothing.
I am aware that BIOS updates are risky, and all online advice suggests not to do them if the system is happy, but I wonder whether you would consider a "critical" security update to be an exception to that rule?
My laptop (machine Type: 20EV000TUK) is under warranty, and running 64-bit Windows 10 Pro. Any advice welcome. Thank you.
Edited by Dornroschen, 23 September 2017 - 05:49 AM.