I would like to update the BIOS for a very old ThinkPad 770ED laptop. I downloaded the BIOS update file (attached below) from the IBM website. The executable file needs to create a bootable floppy disk to accomplish the update. However, this laptop has no floppy disk drive, only a CD-ROM drive.
Is there a way I can execute this file on to a substituted virtual floppy drive (on a different laptop that has a CD burner) and then burn the update program to CD-ROM and make that CD DOS-bootable so I can then update the BIOS on the ThinkPad?