Updating firmware on modem

There seems to be no option for firmware update flashing on the modem config page in the modem at 192.168.100.1Tecatisocati ; You, the consumer, cannot flash your cable modem's firmware. There seems to be no option for firmware update flashing on the modem config page in the modem at 192.168.100.1 But its my modem, not a rental.

It's connected to PC and Router via ethernet cable so it would seem there would be a way into it by running a utility from the PC it's wired to.

Some newer modems have a USB host port on the back.

This USB host port does not provide internet access and is not supported at this time.

They won't take the file you'll provide them because you can hack the bin.

And could I ruin something about modem from PC side?

A driver is a program that controls a hardware device.

Some older modems have a USB port that can be used to provide Internet access to certain operating systems.

As it reboots, it will check that it is running the latest code approved by your service provider, and if not, will download the latest version.

It currently has firmware version SB4100-0.4.4.3-SCM01-NOSH, but there is a newer firmware revision, SB4100-0.4.4.5-SCM01-NOSH that was the last one for the SB4100's.1. Your ISP is the one who can do so - if it's the one their currently using with the cable modems used on their network. If there is any available, you'd probably gotten the update already - or you can try calling to see if there is one available that they can load automatically into your modem. It currently has firmware version SB4100-0.4.4.3-SCM01-NOSH, but there is a newer firmware revision, SB4100-0.4.4.5-SCM01-NOSH that was the last one for the SB4100's.1. Isn't there a software utility available anywhere that lets the end user do it?