It would help if you tell us what XPS system you have, then we could try the download. By the way, we can't see your picture, pictures do not work on this forum.
It's an XPS8500. Sorry about the pic not showing. For a visual: it's a small rectangular box that says Update Bios across the top and a bar across the bottom that shows the percentage of download complete. Above this bar is the phrase:
"Warning: Please exits all other applications before updating BIOS!"
I don't typically see spelling errors on legit downloads, just scams or corrupt files.
I downloaded the file (A13.EXE) in Chrome and got no pop-up when the download completed. McAfee checked the download and found it safe. The file is in my Downloads folder, but I did not try to run it because I don't have an XPS 8500. Perhaps the warning message is because your computer is automatically running the file when the download completes. What happens if you cancel out the BIOS update and run it again? Do you get the message again?
What BIOS are currently running?
You should not skip a BIOS update. Under the A13, I clicked "Older versions". I see =
A03, A05, A06, A09, A10, A11, A12
You should install them one at a time allowing the update to restart the XPS 8500. Do not force it to reboot. All external drives should be disconnected from the PC USB ports.
* If you are already running BIOS A12
* Open Internet Explorer
* Go here
* Download/save the file to the windows desktop
* Right click the file, click Run as administrator
I do not have the XPS 8500 to replicate this popup spelling error. If you are downloading the driver manually from my link, the file is valid. You can ignore the spelling and run it. Or wait and see if we release another BIOS.