Ok, I found a work around. The issue is that the ASI Mount ASCOM Server program will fail if there is no internet connection. It phones home to check the latest firmware then it can compare against what is installed. If there is no internet connection the program will fail and the FWUpdate dialog will never be shown so we have no opportunity to point to the local firmware we have downloaded. This bug needs to be fixed. If no internet you should still allow for the local firmware to be used and this is where the program will fail (crash) as it is now. What I did was connect to the AM5 by wireless then plug in the LAN so the program won't fail and this allowed the FMUdate dialog to be displayed so I could upload the 1.22 firmware by the wireless connection. So I now have 1.22 installed.
The previous failure and what the screenshot is of, the AM5 is connected by USB while there is an internet connection for the call home to check firmware version. For some reason the AM5 "thinks" it received the local firmware update and installed it when obviously it did not. Couple of bugs to sort out it seems.
I have the 1.22 installed and am glad so I can now test the multi-star alignment because this is greatly needed. For a side note the ASI Mount app v1.3 on Android really, really needs a dark/night mode. Visual observers won't live with it as it is and no dark/night mode, our dark adapted eyes are very important to us. 😉