i need upgrade? Dont have solution?
If the screenshot you showed us is real, then your device is running an ancient version of Routeros ... which is far bigger problem than version of firmware.
There are two pieces of software:
- firmware - routerboot (similar to BIOS on PCs) which initializes device and boots the other piece of software ...
Version information is shown in /system routerboard print .
Upgrade package is part of routeros system package and gets available after routeros is upgraded.
- routeros (similar to OS on PCs - linux, windows, macOS) which runs all the time and performs router's functions.
Version information is shown in /system resource print .
You can upgrade device using command /system package update install if the device has internet connectivity. If it doesn't, then you can download upgrade packages from https://mikrotik.com/download , upload them to the device and restart it. If your device is running ancient ROS, it may be wise to upgrade to some intermediate version first ... to ensure configuration is converted properly.