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    Windows (10) Update scheduled a BIOS update on my X509JA laptop

    Hello, Windows (10) Update platform downloaded an update of BIOS on my laptop, so it asked me for restart in order to proceed with the install. I didn't know it was a BIOS update. When my laptop restarted, a prompt appeared saying BIOS will be updated in 60 seconds, with Yes and No choice. I chose No and it booted in Windows again. But again there's a message in the notification area of Windows saying the laptop needs to be restarted in order to complete the update, so I guess the BIOS update prompt will appear again when I turn my laptop on next time. I'm afraid of the update bricking my laptop, so I want to disable the prompt which appears when my laptop is turned on. My question is: is the prompt at the start written on the motherboard memory or on the SSD memory? Will the prompt disappear if I reinstall my Windows?

    Laptop model is ASUS X509JA.

    I'm sorry in case this thread isn't appropriate for this forum, but I really need some help.

    SS of BIOS update prompt: http://kmpic.asus.com/images/2021/01...5d8a3d9477.png


    Any ideas?


    Thanks in advance.

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array raju2529 PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)R542UQ-DM153 ( X542UQ.309SA )
    MotherboardAsus Builtin Motherboard X542UQ
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    You can download the latest bios firmware from asus support site and flash bios manually.

    I have two times experienced , windows update has updated latest bios to my laptop, . eventhough nee bios does not released to public , but windows is updated. after updated no issues.
    I have vivobook 15 x542uq

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