First of all, MSI documentations SUCKS, M-Flash SUCKS.Few hours of research and possibly luck I was able to update the BIOS on my new system.I formatted the flashdrive to fat32 as many websites say but nothing worked.I placed the files on the root of the flash drive and could see them but selecing them would freeze the bios.
Users are reporting that their computer boots normally into Windows 10, with everything working perfectly for about 20 seconds.
After that, the mouse freezes and a “Windows is not responding” error message appear.
In addition to freezes, many users report crashes followed by Blue Screen errors.
I have also removed the battery for a couple of minutes and reset the CMOS (using the motherboard's jumper). It should have a single high amperage 12Volt rail, Active PFC, 80% or greater certified efficiency, and be made by a quality name brand. Without a load many a dying battery (of any type) can read fine, put it on load and the voltage falls right off.
Also, I have flashed the BIOS using the Asus update utility for Windows. It also should have a 3-5year warranty since that is the way you know the company is confident with their product. The only card in the PC is the videocard (no on board graphics in this model) and this one I did not remove. If it's the coin type best just replace it - they are cheap and easy to fit.