in the link it says you can do it in a dos enviroment.
1. Go into the DOSsub-directory.
2. Insert a blank CD-R disc into your CD/DVD R/W drive.
3. Burn the ISO image into a CD-R media.
4. Insert the CD-R (created from the above steps) into the CD-ROM/DVD drive in the target system.
5. Boot your system from the CD/DVD drive (for instructions, please refer to the manual that came with your system).
6. Please select the targeted drive once your system boots into DOS.
7. The next screen is a warning message. It states the risks and reminds user to backup important files before proceeding. Please click "Y" to proceed.
8. Firmware upgrade will proceed. When the firmware upgrade process completes, the user will be prompted to reboot the machine. Remove the CD-R from your CD/DVD drive, and reboot your system. It will boot into Windows.
9. To confirm the firmware update was successful, open Device manager -> open SSD -> click Properties -> choose hardware ID under Details and check the firmware version.