Official Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 firmware and drivers ready for download

If you having trouble with device drivers on your Surface Book or Surface Pro 4, then you can download the drivers and firmware package to easily get your device up to date.

Surface Book during the Windows 10 Devices event NYC
VP of Microsoft Surface Panos Panay speaks on stage at Windows 10 Devices Event, on Tuesday, October 6, 2015 in New York, New York. (Mark Von Holden/AP Images for AP Images for Windows)

At one point in time, no matter the device you have, you’ll come across with Wi-Fi, display, Bluetooth, or another type of component driver issues. Sure, if you’re using Windows 10, Microsoft provides a solid availability of drivers for many devices, including for its Surface Book and Surface Pro 4.

However, sometimes, either there will a problem downloading the correct drivers that being for the discrete NVIDIA GeForce or Intel’s graphics, wireless adapter, etc., or they might not be the most up to date drivers.

If things aren’t working correctly with your Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book, you can resource to use the reset feature to reinstall Windows 10, but it could take more time and the solution could just be as easy as reinstalling the drivers.

For these and other reasons, Microsoft is making available for download every current software, firmware, and drivers for the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4. In addition, the company is also packing the WinTab driver for those people who are having issues with the Surface Pen.

These packages include all the cumulative and current firmware and drivers for every component in the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4.

Since the new laptop and tablet were made available a number of users have experienced many problems, including screen flickering, battery drain, keyboard, pick tone rendering issues, black screen, unable to detach the clipboard from the Surface Book, and more. While the software has yet to address every issue, there has been an update released recently to address various key issues on both Surface devices. If, for some reason, you haven’t received the firmware update, you can download the package to update your device.

Furthermore, the software maker has recently published the recovery image for Surface Book and Surface Pro 4, which should also help in times you need to recover your device.

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