Updates for Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 (11 October 2017)


We've released updated drivers and firmware for Surface Book and for Surface Pro 4 devices running Windows 10 Creators Update or above. These include new driver updates for Intel(R) AVStream Camera 2500, Intel(R) Control Logic, Intel(R) CSI2 Host Controller, Intel(R) Imaging Signal Processor 2500, Microsoft Camera Front, Microsoft Camera IR Front, Microsoft Camera Rear, and Surface Camera Windows Hello on Surface Book and updates for Intel(R) AVStream Camera 2500, Intel(R) Control Logic, Intel(R) CSI2 Host Controller, Intel(R) Imaging Signal Processor 2500, Microsoft Camera Front, Microsoft Camera IR Front, Microsoft Camera Rear, Surface Camera Windows Hello, Surface Integration, and Surface Embedded Controller Firmware on Surface Pro 4. These updates improve camera stability and device reliability.

For Surface Book, the updates are available in MSI and ZIP format from the Surface Book Drivers and Firmware Page in the Microsoft Download Center. Click Download to download the following files:

  • SurfaceBook_Win10_15063_1704200_0.msi
  • SurfaceBook_Win10_15063_1704200_1.zip

For Surface Pro 4, the updates are available in MSI and ZIP formats from the Surface Pro 4 Drivers and Firmware Page in the Microsoft Download Center. Click Download to download the following files:

  • SurfacePro4_Win10_15063_1704201_0.msi
  • SurfacePro4_Win10_15063_1704201_0.zip

For your reference, here is a full list of the driver versions that are updated in this release and the improvements they provide:

Surface Book

  • Intel(R) AVStream Camera 2500 v30.15063.10999.4731 improves camera stability.
  • Intel(R) Control Logic v30.15063.10999.4731 improves camera stability.
  • Intel(R) CSI2 Host Controller v30.15063.10999.4731 improves camera stability.
  • Intel(R) Imaging Signal Processor 2500 v30.15063.10999.4731 improves camera stability.
  • Microsoft Camera Front v30.15063.10999.4731 improves camera stability.
  • Microsoft Camera IR Front v30.15063.10999.4731 improves camera stability.
  • Microsoft Camera Rear v30.15063.10999.4731 improves camera stability.
  • Surface Camera Windows Hello v1.0.85.1 improves camera stability.

Surface Pro 4

  • Intel(R) AVStream Camera 2500 v30.15063.10999.4731 improves camera stability.
  • Intel(R) Control Logic v30.15063.10999.4731 improves camera stability.
  • Intel(R) CSI2 Host Controller v30.15063.10999.4731 improves camera stability.
  • Intel(R) Imaging Signal Processor 2500 v30.15063.10999.4731 improves camera stability.
  • Microsoft Camera Front v30.15063.10999.4731 improves camera stability.
  • Microsoft Camera IR Front v30.15063.10999.4731 improves camera stability.
  • Microsoft Camera Rear v30.15063.10999.4731 improves camera stability.
  • Surface Camera Windows Hello v1.0.85.1 improves camera stability.
  • Surface Integration v1.0.170.0 improves device reliability.
  • Surface Embedded Controller Firmware v103.1791.258.0 improves device reliability.
Comments (21)

  1. Joey says:

    Trying to install this for SurfacePro4, the installer reports a newer version is already installed. The file name of the update for the SP4 in September seems to be a higher number.

    1. We have updated the driver pack version number which should resolve the conflict you were encountering.

  2. Andrea M. says:

    Still no updated Intel HD520 drivers?
    They’re from 2016!

  3. Chante says:

    Every single time my surface 4 updates, it disable Windows Hello function completely. Why?

  4. Bruce says:

    On 21Sep2017 the Surface Pro min version 15063 was file: SurfacePro4_Win10_15063_1704001_0.msi. Now with this 12Oct2017 release the file is: SurfacePro4_Win10_15063_1703701_1.msi. The latest MSI DriverPackageVersion is older than what was previously released?

    1. Bruce says:

      To clarify, on 10Oct2017 when I performed a download it was: SurfacePro4_Win10_15063_1704001_0.msi, now when I check today it is: SurfacePro4_Win10_15063_1703701_1.msi (older driver package version)?

      1. These drivers have been re-uploaded with a corrected version number.

  5. sigurd_ch says:

    Based on the information in Security Advisory ADV170012, the Surface models are affected by that vulnerability, but it was not addressed in these updates.
    Since other hardware vendors started to publish KBs with update timelines: Any updates on this form Microsoft?

    1. You can find the details of Surface updates to address MSRC ADV170012 at Security issue for Trusted Platform Module (TPM) on Surface devices.

      Surface Pro 4 and Surface Studio updates are available as of 07 December 2017: Updates for Surface Pro 4 and Surface Studio (07 December 2017)
      Surface Book updates are available as of 09 January 2018: Updates for Surface Devices (09 January 2018)

  6. Sanesh says:

    Thanks for the information

  7. Joey says:

    The Surface Pro 4 drivers referenced here DO NOT install if the prior September release is installed. The version number is wrong! This is labeled 37, where as the September one was 40. Please correct the package version.

    1. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. These files have been updated with a new version number 1704201, to resolve this issue.

      1. Joey says:

        Great, thank you!

        1. stefan schneider says:

          a new surface pro 4 with latest drivers (SurfacePro4_Win10_15063_1704201_0.msi) has still a freezing problem. System is W10 1703. should this problems disapear with the new drivers?

  8. Gert Lievens says:

    We are still having the same problems as with the previous release. When trying to install SurfacePro4_Win10_14393_1704001_0.msi on a SP4 with Windows 10 (Build 14393 – 1607), we receive the error: “A newer version of SurfacePro4 Update 17_020_01 (64-bit) is already installed”.

    No Surface Pro MSI installer has been installed prior to this one.

    1. Gert Lievens says:

      Excuse me, I mean when installing SurfacePro4_Win10_10586_1702001_0.msi on a 1511 build.

  9. tenbrink says:

    Hello! Since these firmware updates I have wake up issues with my SP4. Every time the screen turns off, regardless of turn off time, it wont wake when pressing the power button. I can do a force reset by long pressing the power button so the button works but I have to do this every single time. The issue started before I got the Fall Creators Update but after the Oct 11 firmware updates. I did a complete re-installation of Windows from a USB drive yesterday but it didn’t help.

  10. Ahuva says:

    Since these updates, I have issues with my HP LaserJet P1006. It won’t print any more

  11. tenbrink says:

    After a lot of troubleshooting and reading I am convinced the reintroduction of sleep of death for me is caused by the firmware update of the Surface Embedded Controller. It is the only non OS update that happened just before I started having sleep issues. Earlier firmware updates of the Surface Embedded Controller has been connected to older sleep issues. “Surface Embedded Controller Firmware (v103.1684.256.0) improves battery life during sleep” from a blog post here in May. You need to start allowing users to roll back firmware updates, if not there is no possibility to rule them out.

  12. rufociliatus says:

    In light of a recently discovered Intel Management Engine vulnerability, do you have plans to release an updated driver pack for Surface Pro devices? Or would a patch be made available separately?

    1. See Intel Management Engine Vulnerability and Surface Devices for more information on the Intel Management Engine vulnerability.

      In short, Surface devices have a significantly reduced profile regarding this vulnerability, but patches will still be produced to address this vulnerability and are under development. When the patches are ready for release, they will be released as Surface driver and firmware updates to Windows Update and to the Microsoft Download Center as driver and firmware packs, and will be announced on this blog.

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