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Since doing this a few days ago, it stopped logging in Event Viewer that an error occurred for the SurfaceSerialHubDriver. Similarly, I have seen a cessation of error events for Kernel-Power and NDIS in Event Viewer.
Note: Surface Laptop and Surface Pro are released with the Windows 10 Creators Update, Version 1703. This version is noted by the minimum build number in the driver and firmware pack file name, Build 15063. This build number indicates the minimum supported build required to install the drivers and firmware contained within the file. To install this driver and firmware pack, you must have Windows 10 Version 1703 or greater installed on your Surface Pro or Surface Laptop.
Note: Starting with Surface Studio, driver and firmware packs for all new Surface devices will be provided in MSI format only. Drivers and firmware will not be provided in ZIP format. You can easily extract the contents of the MSI driver and firmware pack with an administrative installation using msiexec /a. For example, to extract the contents of SurfacePro_Win10_15063_1704007_0.msi to the folder C:Surface ProWindows 10 Version 17031704007 without bringing up the installation dialog, you would use the following command.
Tried to install on my Surface Pro 4 i7 with Iris Display…. Error message saying : “This Device is not a Surface Pro. Please choose the right device in order to proceed. Aborting this operation…” Whats wrong??? Hope the display issues will be fixed soon enough ?
Any chance we can get an installer that works for RS1? Our environment hasn’t moved to RS2 yet so we are forced to install RS1 on devices before configuring them for our network. Is the Surface Laptop even compatible with an RS1 install?
This key combination is not supported on Surface Laptop with Windows 10 S. To enter UEFI settings, use Advanced Startup, e.g. Start>Settings>Update & Security>Recovery>Advanced Startup/Restart Now>Troubleshoot>Advanced Options>UEFI Firmware Settings.
The support floor for Surface Pro and Surface Laptop is Windows 10 Version 1703. There are no plans at this time to release drivers and firmware for earlier versions of Windows, including Version 1607.
I’d like to know more about your organization’s need for Windows 10 Version 1607. I’d suggest that you join us and open up a thread in the new where we can discuss your scenario in more detail.
If you extract the MSI file using msiexec /a and install the drivers with another mechanism (e.g. Device Manager or during Windows deployment), the MSI Windows version requirement is not processed.
We are aware of this behavior and are looking into it. With that said, the recommended method for deploying drivers during Windows deployment via MDT or Configuration Manager OSD is to extract and then import the drivers into your deployment share or driver catalog. It is not recommended to run the MSI during deployment. The recommended use for the MSI is for deployment of updates to devices that are already configured and in the field.
I am getting an error code trying to extract the drivers for the Surface Laptop. The Installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this package. This may indicate a problem with the package. The error code is 2303.
Try relocating the MSI to a shorter folder path, and use a simple folder path for the output folder like c:/driverpack/. Also, the MSI cannot be located in the same folder as the output folder. Error 2303 indicates a problem reading the volume: .
In looking at Surface Pro 3 & 4 the MSI files are noticeably smaller than zip files sometimes 50% the size. This begs the question what is being left out of MSI that is included in ZIP file? It is hard to believe it is compression / packaging techniques. Do the two files really contain the same contents or do zip files have more in them?
Well, I was wrong apparently MSI is packaged much better than ZIP file. I extracted both from the 7/21/2017 release for Surface Pro 4 and they appear to contain exactly same files. Even though the MSI is only 1/3 the file size of ZIP.
If the ZIP format of this driver pack is what you are asking for, beginning with Surface Studio, all new Surface devices including Surface Pro will have driver packs provided in MSI format only. You can extract the individual driver files from the MSI just like you would with the ZIP using msiexec /a, described in blog post.
I was able to download SurfacePro_Win10_15063_1706007_1.msi from Microsoft website and extracted them. But the driver files extracted from the new msi file are different than the list of files on your website from SurfacePro_Win10_15063_1704007_0.msi. Do you have the updated list of files extracted from SurfacePro_Win10_15063_1706007_1.msi?
Thanks! But I could not find Intel(R) Iris(TM) Plus Graphics 640 (v126.96.36.19936) and Intel(R) HD Graphics 615 (v188.8.131.5236) in the extracted files from SurfacePro_Win10_15063_1706007_1.msi.
Running Windows 10 Enterprise on a Surface Laptop. Suddenly the Surface Serial Hub Driver is giving an error and now the laptop keyboard is not working. Tried the driver in the 1703008.1 package to no avail. Any ideas?
I just get an error saying “This installation package could not be opened” (when I remove /qn). This happens on two different machines, using PowerShell or CMD (both started elevated, using my local admin account), and after three separate download attempts.
Cortana isn’t available on Surface Headphones in all countries and regions. If Cortana isn’t available in your area, download and install the Surface Headphones app on your Windows 10 PC. Under About, look for Serial number. For more info about setting things up, see .
The contains interactive tests which allow you to confirm essential functionality of your Hub is working as expected. In addition to testing hardware, the diagnostic can test the resource account to verify that it is configured properly for your environment. If problems are encountered, results can be saved and shared with the Surface Hub Support Team. For usage information, see .
Common issues are listed in the following table, along with causes and possible fixes. The section contains a listing of on-device problems, along with several types of issues that may be encountered during the first-run experience. The section lists common errors the device may encounter when trying to synchronize with an Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync server.
The account does not have a SIP address property and its User Principal Name (UPN) does not match the actual SIP address. The account must have its SIP address set, or the SIP address should be added using the Settings app.
Make sure that you have a working network connection, and that the device can reach the domain controller. Make sure the account credentials are entered correctly. You can also try using the FQDN instead.
This error is used to interrupt the hanging sync, and will not be exposed to users. It will be shown in the diagnostic data if you force an interactive sync, delete the account, or update its settings.
Monitoring for Microsoft Surface Hub devices is enabled through Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS). The is Microsoft's IT management solution that helps you manage and protect your entire IT infrastructure, including your Surface Hubs.
Sign in to Operations Management Suite (OMS). You can use either a Microsoft Account or a Work or School account to create a workspace. If your company is already using Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), use a Work or School account when you sign in to OMS. Using a Work or School account allows you to use identities from your Azure AD to manage permissions in OMS.
Link Azure subscription to your workspace. If your organization already has an Azure subscription, you can link it to your workspace. Note that you may need to request access from your organization’s Azure administrator.
Add Surface Hub solution. In the Solutions Gallery, select the Surface Hub tile in the gallery and then select Add on the solution’s details page. The solution is now visible on your workspace.
From the Overview page in your OMS workspace, click the Surface Hub tile to see the Surface Hub dashboard. Use the dashboard to get a snapshot of usage and reliability data across your Surface Hubs. Click into each view on the dashboard to see detailed data, modify the query as desired, and create alerts.
Use this view to get an inventory of all your Surface Hubs. Once connected to OMS, each Surface Hub periodically sends a "heartbeat" event to the server. This view shows Surface Hubs that have reported a heartbeat in the past 24 hours.
Use this view to get usage and reliability data for wireless projection over the past 30 days. The graph shows the total number of wireless connections across all your Surface Hubs, which provides an indication whether people in your organization are using this feature. If it's a low number, it may suggest a need to provide training to help people in your organization learn how to wirelessly connect to a Surface Hub.
Also, the graph shows a breakdown of successful and unsuccessful connections. If you see a high number of unsuccessful connections, devices may not properly support wireless projection using Miracast. For best performance, Microsoft suggests that devices run a WDI Wi-Fi driver and a WDDM 2.0 graphics driver. Use the details view to learn if wireless projection problems are common with particular devices.
Use this view to get usage and reliability data for wired projection over the past 30 days. If the graph shows a high number of unsuccessful connections, it may indicate a connectivity issue in your audio-visual pipeline. For example, if you use a HDMI repeater or a center-of-room control panel, they may need to be restarted.
Use this view to get usage data for apps on your Surface Hubs over the past 30 days. The data comes from app launches on your Surface Hubs, not including Skype for Business. This view helps you understand which Surface Hub apps are the most valuable in your organization. If you are deploying new line-of-business apps in your environment, this can also help you understand how often they are being used.
Use this view to get reliability data for apps on your Surface Hubs over the past 30 days. The data comes from app crashes on your Surface Hubs. This view helps you detect and notify app developers of poorly behaving in-box and line-of-business apps.
Use alerts to respond quickly if your Surface Hubs report software or hardware issues. Alert rules automatically run log searches according to a schedule, and runs one or more actions if the results match specific criteria. For more information, see .
The Surface Hub Log Analytics solution comes with a set of sample queries to help you set up the appropriate alerts and understand how to resolve issues you may encounter. Use them as a starting point to plan your monitoring and support strategy.
For Surface Hub to connect to and register with the OMS service, it must have access to the port number of your domains and the URLs. This table list the ports
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