Updates for Surface Book 2 (01 Aug 2018)


Update (20 August 2018): These updates for Surface Book 2 have been temporarily removed from the Microsoft Download Center and Windows Update and the previous MSI packages, SurfaceBook2_Win10_17134_1802209_1.msi and SurfaceBook2_Win10_16299_1801009_0.msi, have been restored while we investigate a possible issue.

On August 1st we released updates for Surface Book 2 devices running Windows 10 Fall Creators Update version 1709 or greater to Windows Update. These updates are now available in MSI format on the Microsoft Download Center from the following links:

Click Download to download the following files from the Surface book 2 Drivers and Firmware page at the Microsoft Download Center:

  • SurfaceBook2_Win10_16299_1802809_0.msi

These updates provide improvements to system stability and reliability, and resolve potential security vulnerabilities including Microsoft security advisory ADV180012 and ADV180013

For your convenience, the updated components and the improvements they provide:

Surface Book 2

  • Intel(R) AVStream Camera 2500 – Camera v30.15063.6.6082 improves system stability.
  • Intel(R) UHD Graphics 620 – Display adapters v24.20.100.6136 improves system stability.
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 – Display adapters v23.21.13.9140 improves system stability.
  • VIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 – Display adapters v23.21.13.9140 improves system stability.
  • Surface ME – Firmware v11.8.50.3448 improves system stability.
  • Surface System Aggregator – Firmware v182.510.137.0 improves docking compatibility.
  • Surface UEFI – Firmware v389.2268.769.0 improves system security.
  • HID PCI Minidriver for ISS – Human Interface Devices v3.1.0.3524 improves system stability.
  • Intel(R) Precise Touch Device – Human Interface Devices v1.2.0.100 improves system stability.
  • Intel(R) Display Audio – Sound, video and game controllers v10.25.0.8 improves system stability.
  • Intel(R) Control Logic – System devices v30.15063.6.6082 improves system stability.
  • Intel(R) CSI2 Host Controller – System devices v30.15063.6.6082 improves system stability.
  • Intel(R) Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework General Participant - System devices v8.3.10207.5567 improves system stability.
  • Intel(R) Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework Manager - System devices v8.3.10207.5567 improves system stability.
  • Intel(R) Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework Power Participant – System devices v8.3.10207.5567 improves system stability.
  • Intel(R) Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework Processor Participant – System devices v8.3.10207.5567 improves system stability.
  • Intel(R) Imaging Signal Processor 2500 – System devices v30.15063.6.6082 improves system stability.
  • Intel(R) Integrated Sensor Solution – System devices v3.1.0.3524 improves system stability.
  • Intel(R) Management Engine Interface – System devices v11.7.0.1057 improves system stability.
  • Intel(R) Serial IO GPIO Host Controller – System devices v30.100.1725.1 improves system stability.
  • Intel(R) Serial IO 12C Host Controller – System devices v30.100.1725.1 improves system stability.
  • Intel(R) Serial IO UART Host Controller – System devices v30.100.1725.1 improves system stability.
  • Intel(R) Smart Sound Technology (Intel(R) SST) Audio Controller – System devices v9.21.0.3347 improves system stability.
  • Intel(R) Smart Sound Technology (Intel(R) SST) OED – System devices v9.21.0.3347 improves system stability.
  • ISS Dynamic Bus Enumerator – System devices v3.1.0.3524 improves system stability.
  • Microsoft Camera Front– System devices v30.15063.6.6082 improves system stability.
  • Microsoft Camera Rear – System devices v30.15063.6.6082 improves system stability.
  • Microsoft IR Camera Front – System devices v30.15063.6.6082 improves system stability.
  • Surface Base 2 Firmware Update – System devices v1.72.139.0 improves battery stability and keyboard backlight.
  • Surface Integration – System devices v4.8.136.0 improves hibernation and system stability.
Comments (3)

  1. Typhoon87 says:

    Hello I am trying to implement both these Book 2 and Surface Pro drivers in an SCCM CB OSD task sequence and have a few questions

    1) Is it possible your team could just ship these through WSUS? I know they added some Surface drivers a while back but the issue there is you either turn on Drivers in WSUS and download over 65k drivers to get the handful for Surface or you need to figure out the hardware device id’s and import them 1 by 1 via the Windows update catalog site. Both options are poor to say the least.

    2) instead of unpacking them is it supported to just deploy the MSI during an OSD task sequence with a WMi lookup condition for hardware model and install everything at once or because the firmware may cause multiple restarts is this an issue? The reason I ask is for the Surface Pro I unpacked and imported all the drivers but upon image about 10 drivers were still missing including audio and the camera so I created a package for the MSI and deployed it and both the firmware and drivers all updated fine, is that normal?

    1. The scenario you describe using MSI is supported. The reboots required for some firmware updates may occur during your user’s initial use of the device if it does not reboot during the OSD process post driver install. At most the devices should require only two reboots to complete firmware updating.

      If you’re in a scenario like a kiosk deployment where you might never reboot the device once deployed, you could also add an explicit reboot step to your deployment task sequence.

      1. Typhoon87 says:

        Interesting. I was having an issue where if the firmware update restart ran the OSD would just die and not pick back up after the restart. I got around it by adding a reallysuppress to the cmd line then an OSD initiated restart after seemed to have resolved the issue. Not sure if that was a bug in SCCM OSD or what.

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