ThinkPad stores various UEFI BIOS settings in its nonvolatile memory like Flash or EEPROM. These settings are configured by using the ThinkPad Setup menu. In general, this is done manually by the user. However, from a deployment point of view, the ThinkPad Setup settings are expected to be common to all machines and to be controlled remotely.
This software is a DOS application for this purpose.
To use this software, a bootable and read/write-able media (floppy disk, USB memory, CD-RW, etc.) with DOS or Windows 95/98 boot disk installed, and also a device for the media (floppy disk drive, USB port, CD-RW drive, etc.) are necessary.
If this software has been used, updating this software will fix problems, add new functions, or expand functions as noted below.
This program is language independent and can be used with any language system.
|Supported ThinkPad Systems|
|Supported Operating Systems|
|Summary of Changes|
Please refer to the README file for the following: