MPG X570 Gaming Plus - Error after BIOS update

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I'm having a problem updating the BIOS of the MPG 570X Gaming Plus, after the update the message "Warning!!! please insert usb key press any key to check" appears.
The problem occurs with any BIOS version higher than 7C37vAE.
The same or previous versions I can update normally.
I tested through the M-FLASH and also through the BIOS Flash Button and the result was the same.

Below are the versions that I have tested and that have problems:

7C37vAH1(Beta version)
7C37vAG
7C37vAF

To use the PC again I use the BIOS Flash Button with version 7C37vAE.

Anyone having the same problem?
Is there any other way to update the BIOS, or another type of test I can run? Or is it an RMA case?

My configuration is:

CPU: Ryzen 5 5600G
CPU Cooler: Watercooler Corsair HX110i v2
Motherboard: MSI X570 Gaming Plus
Memory: Patriot Viper Extreme 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR4-3000 (PX416G3000C6QK)
Storage: OCZ Vertex 2 SSD 90GB, Wester Digital Caviar Black 5TB, Seagate Barracuda 3TB, Seatate Barracuda 2TB
Video Card: ASUS GeForce GTX 1070 OC 8GB DDR5 256Bit DUAL-GTX1070-O8G
Sound Card: Asus Xonar DX
Power Supply: Corsair HX620W
Case: PCYes! Pegasus Gamer 3B Full Tower
OS: Windows 10 Pro 21H2
 

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No idea and have not seen this problem turn up in the forums, I would say to contact MSI Support>>How to contact MSI.<<

Do you leave the USB you use to update BIOS plugged in after the update.

Have you also tried to do a Clear Cmos after the bios update, or when you get that message.

I would say it is looking for a Security KEY or YubiKey that is a option that appeared in the last two or three Bios updates.
 

ericrsouz159a02df

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No idea and have not seen this problem turn up in the forums, I would say to contact MSI Support>>How to contact MSI.<<

Do you leave the USB you use to update BIOS plugged in after the update.

Have you also tried to do a Clear Cmos after the bios update, or when you get that message.

I would say it is looking for a Security KEY or YubiKey that is a option that appeared in the last two or three Bios updates.
I contacted support and they guided me to test with the BIOS file in the USB Stick root.
I did the test and it worked! :dance:
 
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