Update for Surface Studio (18 April 2017)

Today we've released an updated driver for Surface Studio devices running Windows 10 Creators Update. This update includes a new driver for Realtek High Definition Audio(SST) that enables Wake on Voice from Modern Standby.

This update is available in MSI format from the Surface Studio Drivers and Firmware Page in the Microsoft Download Center. Click Download to download the following file:

  • SurfaceStudio_Win10_15063_1701606_0.msi

Note: The driver in this release is applicable only to Windows 10 Creators Update. As such, on the download page you will notice that there are two MSI for Windows 10. In the name if these files you will note a Windows 10 build number indicating the minimum supported build required to install the drivers and firmware contained within. For example, to install the drivers contained in SurfaceStudio_Win10_15063_1701606_0.msi you must have Windows 10 Creators Update (Version 1703) or newer installed on your Surface Studio device. You can find a list of the build numbers for each version of Windows 10 in Windows 10 release information. Files that do not contain a build number in their name are applicable to all versions of Windows 10.

For your reference, here is a full description of the driver version that is updated in this release and the improvement it provides:

Surface Studio

  • Realtek High Definition Audio(SST) (v6.0.1.8061) enables Wake on Voice from Modern Standby
Comments (2)

  1. Anup Joshi says:

    Do we have these drivers in ZIP format, so that it is easy to include it in the SCCM for imaging.

    Anup Joshi

    1. Starting with Surface Studio, the driver and firmware packs for all new Surface devices will be provided in MSI format only. You can extract the individual drivers for use with System Center Configuration Manager or the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit by running an administrative installation of the MSI. See the instructions in the Surface Studio Drivers and Firmware (Initial Release) post.

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