Do not turn off your computer or disconnect from the power source while updating the BIOS as this could harm your computer. During the update, your computer will restart and you may briefly see a black screen.

Before updating, please read the installation instructions and important information noted below.

Dell XPS 13 9360 System BIOS

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This package contains the Dell system BIOS update. BIOS is a firmware that is embedded on a small memory chip on the system board. It controls the keyboard, monitor, disk drives, and other devices. This update addresses the Intel Security Advisories INTEL-SA-00241, INTEL-SA-00220, INTEL-SA-00260, INTEL-SA-00254, INTEL-SA-00219, and INTEL-SA-00270. A security advisory is a statement when a product is impacted by a security vulnerability and a remedy is available.
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Fixes & Enhancements

Fixes:
- Firmware updates to address security advisory INTEL-SA-00241 (CVE-2019-0169, CVE-2019-11088, CVE-2019-11104, CVE-2019-0131, CVE-2019-11090, CVE-2019-0166, CVE-2019-0168, CVE-2019-11087, CVE-2019-11101, CVE-2019-11100, CVE-2019-11106, CVE-2019-11132, CVE-2019-11131, and CVE-2019-11147).
- Firmware updates to address Intel security advisories INTEL-SA-00260 (CVE-2019-0154) and INTEL-SA-00254 (CVE-2019-0185).
- Firmware updates to address Intel security advisories INTEL-SA-00219 (CVE-2019-0117), INTEL-SA-00220 (CVE-2019-0123), and INTEL-SA-00270 (CVE-2019-11135).
- Fixed a BIOS Setup configuration issue that occurs after clearing the CMOS.
- Fixed an issue with preboot TPM detection and error logging.
- Removed the IpSec driver and application.
- Fixed the issue where the BitLocker prompts for recovery. It occurs when Auto Power On option in BIOS setup is set to wake up the system at a specific time.

Enhancements:
- Added a new feature to automatically suspend BitLocker before upgrading the firmware. After the firmware upgrade is complete, BitLocker is automatically enabled.
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Version

2.13.0, 2.13.0

Release date

14 Jan 2020

Download Type

System BIOS

Category

BIOS

Importance

Urgent
Dell Technologies highly recommends applying this important update as soon as possible. The update contains critical bug fixes and changes to improve functionality, reliability, and stability of your Dell system. It may also include security fixes and other feature enhancements.
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File Format: CPG BIOS Executable for Windows/DOS
File Name: XPS_9360_2.13.0.exe
File Size: 10.55 MB
Format Description:
This file format consists of a BIOS executable file. The Universal (Windows/MS DOS) format can be used to install from any Windows or MS DOS environment.
To ensure the integrity of your download, please verify the checksum value.
MD5:
6bb5c68ec5f8f635c83ced85cdbcaba5
SHA1:
7f7f3b0b36e659c55c6ef062e0949ccb36dd8714
SHA-256:
d28b468d4545d019ba35626fa5156db940d28521646077b73dae6da2de0b9d63

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- Once the BIOS is upgraded to version 2.5.1 or later, you cannot downgrade the BIOS to version 2.4.2 or earlier.
- It is recommended that you update the Thunderbolt 3 firmware to version 4.26.13.001 or later before upgrading the BIOS to version 2.7.1 or later.
- It is recommended that you update the Thunderbolt 16 firmware to version 1.0.2 or later versions on your Dell Thunderbolt Dock TB16 before upgrading the BIOS to version 2.11.0 or later.
Updating the BIOS from Windows

Note 1: Before updating the BIOS, ensure that you suspend BitLocker encryption on a BitLocker-enabled system. If it is not enabled on your system, you can ignore this step. For information about how to disable BitLocker, see How to Enable or Disable BitLocker with TPM in Windows at support.dell.com.
Note 2: Do not turn off the power or interrupt the BIOS update process during the update.

Download and Installation
1. Click Download File, to download the file.
2. Click Save to save the file to your hard drive.
3. Browse to the location where you downloaded the file and double-click the new file.
The system restarts automatically and updates the BIOS at the system startup screen. After the BIOS update is complete, system restarts again.

Updating the BIOS from DOS (Non-Windows users)

Note 1: Before updating the BIOS, ensure that you suspend BitLocker encryption on a BitLocker-enabled system. If it is not enabled on your system, you can ignore this step. For information about how to disable BitLocker, see How to Enable or Disable BitLocker with TPM in Windows at support.dell.com.
Note 2: Do not turn off power or interrupt the BIOS update process during the update.

Installation
Note: You must provide a bootable USB drive. This executable file does not create the DOS system files.
1. Copy the downloaded file to a bootable USB drive.
2. Power on the system and then Press the F12 key.
3. Select USB Storage Device and boot to the DOS prompt.
4. Run the file by typing following command. For example:
C:\ XPS_9360_X.Y.Z.exe
Where C is the drive letter of the USB device where the executable file is located and XPS_9360_X.Y.Z.exe is the name of the downloaded file.
The system restarts automatically and updates the BIOS at the system startup screen. After the BIOS update is complete, system restarts again.

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