BIOS flasher for an MPC TransPort T2500 laptop.
That download is itself a simple self extracting archive that creates a directory, extracts its contents then executes it. Seems a bit pointless when it only contains a single file.
It's that single file which Universal Extractor can't pull anything from. The desired content to be pulled out is a Phoenix BIOS file. Other MPC BIOS flashers on that site are also likely to be this way.
I've tried running it on its intended target, an MPC T2500, and on other laptops, but it does not drop anything into temp except for a 64K DLL and an empty folder. Unless it's extracting the BIOS elsewhere or holding it in RAM, it apparently doesn't pull it out until it actually begins the flash operation.
Since the laptop already has the same BIOS version, it appears to be written to not complete the flash, in an inelegant fashion by crashing with an error message.
It can't be run on a desktop because it first looks for a battery with at least 30% charge, then it looks for a connected AC adapter.
A possible helpful clue is the T2500 and most, if not all, other Micron, Micron PC and MPC laptops were made by Samsung.