Updating Lenovo Bootable Media Creator

If a Bootable Media Creator update is available on the Web, you can download a newer version to your local system.

Complete the following procedure to update Bootable Media Creator:

  1. To start the Bootable Media Creator wizard, on a command line, enter the applicable command name for your operating system with no options.
    Bootable Media Creator command names vary and are based on the operating system from which you are running the command. The following table lists the name of the command for each supported operating system. For detailed information about the supported operating systems, see Supported operating systems.
    Operating system Command name
    Microsoft Windows lnvgy_utl_bomc_v.r.m_windows_i386.exe
    Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.0, to Update 1 lnvgy_utl_bomc_v.r.m_rhel7_x86-64.bin
    Red Had Enterprise Linux 6.0 64-bit, to Update 7 lnvgy_utl_bomc_v.r.m_rhel6_x86-64.bin
    SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12, lnvgy_utl_bomc_v.r.m_sles12_x86-64.bin
    SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 64-bit, to SP4 lnvgy_utl_bomc_v.r.m_sles11_x86-64.bin
    The License Agreement page opens.
  2. Accept the license agreement and proceed to the Welcome page.
  3. To check the Web for the latest version of Bootable Media Creator and download the newer version, click Check for the latest version of this tool and save the file in the directory where the command was run.
  4. Click Next.
  5. On the HTTP Proxy page, complete the following steps:
    1. Select a proxy option:
      Do not use proxy
      Select this option if you do not require an HTTP proxy to connect to the Web.
      Use proxy
      Select this option if you require an HTTP proxy to connect to the Web, and then complete these fields:
      Host name
      The host name, IP address, or domain name of the HTTP proxy server.
      The port number of the HTTP proxy server.
    2. If credentials must be specified to authenticate to the HTTP proxy server, select the Authenticate using the following credentials check box and then complete these fields:
      User name
      The user name for authenticating to the HTTP proxy server.
      The password for the specified user name.
    3. To test the connection to the specified HTTP proxy server, click Test Connection.
  6. Click Next.
  7. Select one of the following options:
    • If a newer version is not available, click Next to continue creating bootable media, or click Cancel to close the wizard.
    • If a newer version is available, click Download Now to download the latest version.