I am pretty sure you are not going to be able to upgrade to this IOS version, because the Flash required by the image is more than your total amount of flash, i.e. you have less than 8MB Flash and you need a minimum of 8MB of flash, which bear in mind you also need to share with other things like vlan database and startup-config.
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Yes, it's possible. Obtain the .bin image of the new IOS, which should be about 3 MB, and free enough flash space to load it. (You might remove the running IOS or you might remove the HTML directory structure.)
These switches only had enough room for 1 image so you have to remove the existing IOS file and then load the new one . Obviously make sure there is no power interuption once you remove the existing IOS.
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