How can I update the BIOS on my Sony Vaio laptop using disc or usb? Note: I can't windows at all.

Hi, I want to know how can I update the current bios on my sony laptop using the disc or usb.

I can't access the windows on the laptop at all, because I'm getting STOP: 0 x 00000 "a5 error that says: your bios is not fully compatible with acpi.»
This error prevents me to access any live disc or recovery disks.
I would like to learn more about records tho method.
Thank you.
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