Hmm, upgrading bios from within windows id generally not a good idea. You should always make a boot disc or boot from a USB drive to flash bios.
I would first try to take out the bios battery, the put it back after a few secs. If that does not work, check your manual on how to use the following feature that your motherboard have:
(From MSI web site)
Compared to common mainboard which need extra BIOS chips, MSI’s M-Flash has a double advantage which doesn’t need extra components and secondly, all your BIOS data will be saved in the USB drive. The stored data does not only have backup and upgrade function, moreover it can also be seen as a portable BIOS chip which is actually able to boot up your PC.
- Backup/Restore Your BIOS to/from Any USB Flash Disk
- Avoid Unnecessary Repair Due to Accident Failures During The Upgrading Process
- Earn more BIOS Lifespan by Reducing Unnecessary Rewriting Process