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Didn't remove fat32 drive before turning PC back on after successful bios flash is that OK?

I flashed my bios and it failed, so I then did so using a fat32 drive. Unplugged disk drive/ssd, plugged fat32 drive with bios directly into mobo.
It updated then shut down.
Plugged drives back in Turned back on, still working, but...
I forgot to remove fat 32 drive from mobo, before powering back on.
So I shut down and removed it, and it seems to be working, but would that have caused an issue that wouldn't appear??
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    Just "eject" it and remove it. No harm done.
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