Wyse Usb Firmware Tool 1.20 Download
How to Download and Use Wyse USB Firmware Tool 1.20
Wyse USB Firmware Tool 1.20 is a handy tool for managing Wyse devices, especially Windows 10 IoT/Embedded devices. It allows you to re-image a Dell Wyse thin client with a firmware image of your choice, or upgrade the firmware of an existing device. In this article, we will show you how to download and use Wyse USB Firmware Tool 1.20 to update your Wyse device.
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What You Need
To use Wyse USB Firmware Tool 1.20, you will need the following:
A USB drive with at least 4 GB of free space.
A Wyse device that you want to re-image or upgrade.
A firmware image file that you want to load onto the device. You can download the firmware image file from the Dell support site here.
The Wyse USB Firmware Tool 1.20 executable file. You can download it from here.
How to Download Wyse USB Firmware Tool 1.20
To download Wyse USB Firmware Tool 1.20, follow these steps:
Scroll down to find Dell Wyse USB Imaging Tool 1.22.04.
Click on the Download button next to it.
Save the file Wyse-USB-Firmware-Tool-1.22.04.rar to your computer.
Extract the file using a program like WinRAR or 7-Zip.
Open the folder Wyse-USB-Firmware-Tool-1.22.04 and double-click on the file Wyse_USB_Firmware_Tool_v22.214.171.124.exe.
Follow the installation wizard to install the tool on your computer.
How to Use Wyse USB Firmware Tool 1.20
To use Wyse USB Firmware Tool 1.20, follow these steps:
Launch the tool as an administrator by right-clicking on its icon and selecting Run as administrator.
Insert the USB drive into your computer and select it from the drop-down menu in the tool.
Click on Browse and locate the firmware image file that you want to load onto the device.
Click on Start and wait for the tool to copy the image onto the USB drive.
Eject the USB drive from your computer and insert it into the device that you want to re-image or upgrade.
Reboot the device and hold down the P key until you see a boot menu.
Select the USB drive as the boot option and press Enter.
Follow the instructions on the screen to start the imaging or upgrading process.
Wait for the process to complete and reboot the device.
If you encounter any issues while using Wyse USB Firmware Tool 1.20, here are some tips that might help:
If you dont see the USB drive when booting from it, it might be disabled in the BIOS. To enable it, hold down Delete key during boot-up to enter BIOS. The BIOS password is Fireport (capital F). You should see USB located under boot options and set it to enable.
If you see an error message saying Failed to read drive information. Verify if USB Drive is connected to the system and try again, it might be because your USB drive shows up as Local Disk instead of Removable Disk in Windows Explorer. The tool only works with drives that show up as Removable Disk. To fix this, try another c481cea774