Updates for Surface Devices (09 January 2018)


Over the next few days, we are releasing updates for several Surface devices, including:

  • Surface Book 2
  • Surface Laptop
  • Surface Studio
  • Surface Book
  • Surface Pro 4
  • Surface Pro 3 (Preview)

These updates include updated Surface UEFI firmware for each listed device to address potential security vulnerabilities, including Microsoft security advisory 180002. For more information about this advisory and how it affects Surface devices, see Surface Guidance for Customers and Partners: Protect your devices against the recent chip-related security vulnerability.

For Surface Book, these updates also include drivers for Intel(R) Display Audio, Intel(R) HD Graphics 520, Intel(R) Management Engine Interface, Surface dTPM (IFX), Surface Management Engine, and Surface System Aggregator. These updates improve reliability, audio stability, DirectX 12 and power performance, and system stability; and resolve potential security vulnerabilities, including Microsoft security advisory 170012.

For Surface Book 2, the updates are available in MSI format from the Surface Book 2 Drivers and Firmware Page in the Microsoft Download Center. Click Download to download the following files:

  • SurfaceBook2_Win10_15063_1801009_1.msi
  • SurfaceBook2_Win10_16299_1801009_0.msi

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

  • SurfaceLaptop_Win10_15063_1801008_1.msi

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

  • SurfaceStudio_Win10_15063_1801006_4.msi
  • SurfaceStudio_Win10_16299_1801006_0.msi

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

  • SurfaceBook_Win10_15063_1801000_2.msi
  • SurfaceBook_Win10_16299_1801000_0.msi

Note: These updates to TPM firmware require the device to restart twice to complete installation.

Important!
Installation of a TPM firmware update on devices in one of the following unrecommended conditions may cause devices to enter a condition in which devices boot to BitLocker Recovery, but cannot boot to Windows even when the correct recovery key is entered:

  • Your device is configured for BitLocker Drive Encryption, and is configured to have a platform validation profile that uses Platform Configuration Register (PCR) values that differ from the default and recommended configuration of PCR 7 and PCR 11.
  • Your device is configured for BitLocker Drive Encryption and has Secure Boot disabled.

If your device meets one of these conditions, you will have to suspend BitLocker before you install this update. We strongly recommend that devices in these conditions are returned to the default, recommended configuration to have Secure Boot enabled, and validation using PCR 7 and 11. Configuration of Secure Boot or BitLocker PCR values other than default are not recommended on Surface devices.

For more information about how to correct these conditions or what to do if your device enters a BitLocker Recovery state after you install these updates and can no longer boot to Windows even when you enter the correct recovery key, see KB4052978.

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

  • SurfacePro4_Win10_15063_1801001_4.msi
  • SurfacePro4_Win10_16299_1801001_0.msi

For Surface Pro 3, we're releasing this driver as a preview while we work on validating the final release for Windows Update. The update file is available in MSI format from the Surface Pro 3 Drivers and Firmware Page in the Microsoft Download Center. Click Download to download the following files:

  • SurfacePro3_Win10_15063_1801002_1_Preview.msi

You can identify which file to download for your device by the build number located in the file name. This build number represents the minimum build of Windows required to install the drivers and firmware within that file. For example, the file SurfaceBook2_Win10_16299_1801009_0.msi has a minimum build of 16299, in other words, Windows 10 Version 1709 (Fall Creators Update). You can find a full list the build numbers for each Windows 10 version at the Windows 10 release information page.

Surface Book 2:

Surface Laptop:

Surface Studio:

Surface Book:

  • Intel(R) Display Audio (v10.22.1.102) improves audio stability.
  • Intel(R) HD Graphics 520 (v22.20.16.4811) improves DirectX 12 and power performance.
  • Intel(R) Management Engine Interface (v11.7.0.1040) improves system stability.
  • Surface dTPM (IFX) (v5.62.3126.2) improves reliability and resolves potential security vulnerabilities, including Microsoft security advisory 170012.
  • Surface Management Engine (v11.7.4.3330) improves reliability and resolves potential security vulnerabilities, including Microsoft security advisory 170012.
  • Surface System Aggregator (v90.1837.256.0) improves reliability and resolves potential security vulnerabilities, including Microsoft security advisory 170012.
  • Surface UEFI (v91.1926.768.0) improves reliability and resolves potential security vulnerabilities, including Microsoft security advisories 170012 & 180002.

Surface Pro 4:

Surface Pro 3:

Comments (14)

  1. Please, beware of posting before the download website is updated: this blog references SurfacePro4_Win10_16299_1801001_0.msi, but the download website is still showing SurfacePro4_Win10_16299_1709001_0.msi

    1. Download website finally updated the MSIs for SP4.

      1. Thank you for the feedback and for alerting us that the files are now available. Please note that the Download Center includes a network servers that are spread geographically all around the globe. Files uploaded to the DLC may take time to propagate to your local server before they are visible when you click the link or navigate to the page.

  2. What about the Surface Pro (2017) Updates?

    1. You can find the full list of the updates for ADV180002 and their respective status in KB4073065.

  3. naimco says:

    How about the new Surface Pro 1796 when can we expect the firmware update ? ( have not found any links for it)

    1. We are working on releasing the update for Surface Pro (Model 1796) and Surface Pro with LTE Advanced (Model 1807) and will release it to the public when it is ready.

  4. rufociliatus says:

    Do you have any plans to release an SP3 and SP4 updates for Windows 10 1607?

    1. We are closely listening to customer feedback and will continue to assess the situation as new feedback and information becomes available.

  5. Tamlocar says:

    Hope there will be an update for my good old Surface Pro 2 🙂

  6. Why is there no update for this vulnerability for the Surface 3 (not the pro)? Will there be one released?

    1. The updates for Surface 3 are still under development. You can subscribe to the blog RSS feed to be alerted when the updates are released to the public.

  7. wangxmr says:

    Do you have a plans to release a update for Surface 3?Thanks

    1. Development of the fixes addressing ADV180002 for Surface 3 devices is ongoing. A new blog will be published announcing these updates when they are released.

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