Firmware updater having issues

Arduino: 1.8.16 (Windows Store 1.8.51.0) (Windows 10), Board: "Arduino Uno"

ESP32BootROM.cpp:335:32: error: 'SerialNina' was not declared in this scope

ESP32BootROMClass ESP32BootROM(SerialNina, NINA_GPIO0, NINA_RESETN);

                            ^~~~~~~~~~

C:\Users\chemi\AppData\Local\Temp\arduino_modified_sketch_219773\ESP32BootROM.cpp:335:32: note: suggested alternative: 'Serial'

ESP32BootROMClass ESP32BootROM(SerialNina, NINA_GPIO0, NINA_RESETN);

                            ^~~~~~~~~~

                            Serial

ESP32BootROM.cpp:335:44: error: 'NINA_GPIO0' was not declared in this scope

ESP32BootROMClass ESP32BootROM(SerialNina, NINA_GPIO0, NINA_RESETN);

                                        ^~~~~~~~~~

ESP32BootROM.cpp:335:56: error: 'NINA_RESETN' was not declared in this scope

ESP32BootROMClass ESP32BootROM(SerialNina, NINA_GPIO0, NINA_RESETN);

                                                    ^~~~~~~~~~~

exit status 1

'SerialNina' was not declared in this scope

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could anyone be of any help thank you

Do you have an Arduino Uno R3 or Arduino Uno Wifi Rev2?

Try installing the cores for the "Arduino megaAVR boards" in the Board manager. After installation you can select the board by Tools > Board > Arduino Uno WiFI Rev2

Then you should be able to do a Firmware update.