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Cuases of that would be an overly aggressive overclock or incorrect settings. I did overclock yesterday by 4.2Ghz with 1.275 voltage. The same message appeared again after flashing and instead of being stuck on that message, it rebooted after a few seconds and then booted up fine which I am now typing on my PC instead of on my phone.I ran Prime95 for 2 hours with cpu peaking at 68 C. I then cleared CMOS and then switch to BIOS chip 2 and boot up. Press the CMOS again and switch back to BIOS chip 1 and booted up fine. I'm going to shut down and see if the same message is back again.Then go to the BIOS manufacturer's Web site to see if an upgrade is available.Download the upgrade and the utility program needed to install it.The 'BIOS is updating...' is still showing and no percentage counter is showing. I haven't done any fixes yet - I'm not sure where to start. I hope, I opened my case and noticed the pled is out of the system connector broken. And the joy is short lived - the message has not gone away.
Copy the program, along with the BIOS update, onto a floppy disk.
Otherwise, you could corrupt the BIOS, which means you won't be able to boot your computer.
If in doubt, check with your computer manufacturer to be sure you need to upgrade.
Restart your computer with the floppy disk in the drive, and the program erases the old BIOS and writes the new one.
You can find a BIOS Wizard that will check your BIOS at BIOS Upgrades.