And after all this - the notebook is brick.
Didn't start at all.
What can i do myself? Or i need go for service engenier?
thanks a lot
Ugh, this is a mess. First Dell introduces BIOS updates for multiple systems that causes serious USB device dropout issues with peripherals attached to a TB16/WD15 dock, then on the XPS 13 9360 they release a 1.0.7 BIOS version AFTER having released a 2.1.0 BIOS version, and now it turns out the 1.0.7 BIOS is bricking people's systems. This isn't the only report of that. Come on....
Bricked my XPS 13 in the same manner with same idea, loosing the USB Keyboard after some minutes attached to a TB16.
BIOS Recovery Procedure from above doesn't worked for me too.
Meanwhile I've created a Service Request and Dell will change the Mainboard.
Using Arch Linux on ZFS root partition postponed. ;-)
PS: Sure, to go from BIOS ver. 2.1.0 -> 1.0.7 is somewhat stupid, but "hope dies last" and it was the brand new one from 22 Aug (2.1.0 from 03 Aug). Don't search for ver. 1.0.7, Dell has deleted from 9360 Support Page.