Microsoft Issues Surface Book, Surface Pro 4 Fixes for Creators Update Only

Posted on April 6, 2017 by Paul Thurrott in Microsoft Surface with 8 Comments

Microsoft Issues Surface Book, Surface Pro 4 Fixes for Creators Update Only

If you’re using a Surface Book or Surface Pro 4 with Windows 10 version 1703, you should check out Windows Update today: You’ve got some updates waiting.

Note: To be clear, you will only see these updates if you installed the Creators Update.

Here’s what’s new.

Surface Book

Surface driver update for Surface System Aggregator. Surface System Aggregator in Firmware 90.1610.256.0 resolves screen brightness issue when devices come out of sleep.

Intel Corporation driver update for Intel Precise Touch Device. Intel(R) Precise Touch Device in HID 1.2.0.83 improves system stability.

Surface driver update for Surface Integration. Surface Integration in System devices 1.1.328.0 adjusts system Hibernation defaults.

Surface Pro 4

Surface driver update for Surface System Aggregator. Surface System Aggregator in Firmware 103.1610.256.0 resolves screen brightness issue when devices come out of sleep.

Intel Corporation driver update for Intel Precise Touch Device. Intel Precise Touch Device in HID 1.2.0.83 improves system stability.

Surface driver update for Surface Integration. Surface Integration in System devices 1.0.121.0 adjusts system Hibernation defaults.

 

Tagged with ,

Join the discussion!

BECOME A THURROTT MEMBER:

Don't have a login but want to join the conversation? Become a Thurrott Premium or Basic User to participate

Register
Comments (8)

8 responses to “Microsoft Issues Surface Book, Surface Pro 4 Fixes for Creators Update Only”

  1. lwetzel

    Not seeing it. I'm on Version 1703 Build 15063.13 and several retries I don't see it. I have dropped out of insider already. Would that be why I don't see it?

  2. Freezal

    On thing I noticed on my surface book when I loaded 1703 was the intel CPU settings for Power got all jacked again and the CPU start running full speed all the time, accompanied by the wonderful fan. Re-Appling the Registry power settings from intel restored normal operation.

  3. MikeGalos

    In reply to Hifihedgehog:

    Note that Microsoft beat previous winner Apple in

    Overall Satisfaction

    Styling and Design

    Features


    Apple beat Microsoft in Performance


    Microsoft and Apple tied in

    Ease of Use

    Cost.


  4. SvenJ

    Seems sort of embarrassing. I get that Windows AAS is going to be continually updated, and 1703 isn't standing still, but there is the version that is available to download and install. You would think that 'RTM' version would be solid on MS's own products. That it needs hardware interface fixes this quickly seems like quite the oversight. [snark] I can see this happening on the Windows Phone version, since no-one at Redmond uses them. [/snark] On their Book and Pro though, you'd think they would have noticed screen, touchpad and power issues.

Leave a Reply