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Latest Surface Book Firmware Adds Support for Upcoming Product Release

We clued you in to the recently released Surface Book firmware update. This update is the first since August. The Surface Book update history has now been updated to explain that the majority of what was updated is to add support for an upcoming product release.
Does this mean Microsoft will be announcing a product other than what was announced during its October NYC Barnum moment? Or, does this firmware just add support for what has already been announced? We’ll have to wait to see.

 

Windows Update History Name

Device Manager Name

Microsoft driver update for Surface Embedded Controller Firmware

Surface Embedded Controller Firmware

  • v90.1277.256.0 adds support for upcoming product release.

Microsoft driver update for Surface System Aggregator Firmware

Surface System Aggregator Firmware

  • v90.1335.257.0 adds support for upcoming product release.

Microsoft driver update for Surface UEFI

Surface UEFI

  • v90.1327.770.0 adds support for upcoming product release.
Marvell Semiconductor, Inc. driver update for Marvell AVASTAR Bluetooth Radio Adapter

Marvel AVASTAR Bluetooth Radio Adapter

  • v15.68.9046.79 adds support for upcoming product release.

Marvell Semiconductor, Inc. driver update for Marvell AVASTAR Wireless-AC Network Controller

Marvell AVASTAR Wireless-AC Network Controller

  • v15.68.9046.79 adds support for upcoming product release.

NVIDIA driver update for NVIDIA GeForce GPU

NVIDIA GeForce GPU

  • v21.21.13.6936 improves pen performance in some applications.

Microsoft driver update for Surface Base Firmware Update

Surface Base Firmware Update

  • v2.0.97.0 improves keyboard reliability when the device resumes operation from sleep.

Microsoft driver update for Surface DTX

Surface DTX

  • v1.3.542.0 improves clipboard and keyboard interoperability.

 


 

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