I would ask Biostar for a replacement BIOS chip next time as it's socketed. It's much easier to do than removing the board, reactivate the OS, etc. In the future, just put the Bios update on a FAT 32 USB, then boot time hit F12. Select the USB, and then the file. It flashes after that. NEVER use Windows based flashers. Also, 3rd parties sell Bios chip replacements on Ebay. As long as it's intended for your board and has the the correct updated version of your Bios, it'd be a failsafe that could come in handy, and they only cost $3-20 . But I'd go through Biostar 1st to see if they'd sell or give the Bios chip as it be cheaper and faster for them to mail that to you rather than swapping boards, mailing it, etc etc etc etc.