I do know that this is a bad idea. I didn't update it through windows manually, my profs guess is that windows did it on its own, which I can confirm can happen. But that still doesn't explain WHY the BIOS bricked the first time since I updated the BIOS a few days before using Q-Flash in the BIOS and not through windows. So the process of the BIOS bricking couldn't have had something to do with the update since the machine had run normally for about a week after the update.When you doubt what I say, or anyone for that matter with techinical issues, Google it.
Google why it is a bad idea to update the BIOS through Windows.
You asked for help, I have tried.