Surface Book 2 gets its first firmware update with stability fixes

Today, Microsoft published a changelog for a new set of firmware and driver updates for the Surface Book 2. It's the first update for the new PC, which has only been available since the 16th.

The update is dated November 18, and there are separate updates for PCs on Windows 10 versions 1703 and 1709. Of course, it's particularly odd that the device shipped with version 1703 to begin with, considering that it shipped almost a full month after version 1709 was released.

Here's the full changelog:

Windows Update History Name Device Manager Name
Intel Corporation - Display – 22.20.16.4840

Intel(R) UHD Graphics 620 – Display adapters

  • 22.20.16.4840 improves system stability.

Intel(R) HD Graphics 620 – Display adapters

  • 22.20.16.4840 improves system stability.
Surface – Firmware – 387.1879.769.0

Surface UEFI – Firmware

  • 387.1879.769.0 improves system stability.
Surface – HID– 1.19.136.0

Surface Dial Filter – Human Interface Devices

  • 1.19.136.0 improves system stability.
Surface – System – 4.6.136.0

Surface Integration – System devices

  • 4.6.136.0 improves system stability.
Surface – System – 2.27.136.0

Surface DTX – System devices

  • 2.27.136.0 improves system stability.
Surface – USB – 2.14.136.0

Surface UCSI Device – Universal Serial Bus controllers

  • 2.14.136.0 improves system stability.


If you're on Windows 10 version 1709, or the Fall Creators Update, you'll get the following updates:

NVIDIA – Display – 23.21.13.8808

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050- Device adapters

  • 23.21.13.8808 required to support Windows Mixed Reality features.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060- Device adapters

  • 23.21.13.8808 required to support Windows Mixed Reality features.
Surface driver update for Surface ACPI Notify Driver

Surface ACPI Notify Driver – System devices

  • 5.15.136.0 required to support Windows Mixed Reality features.
Surface driver update for Surface Integration Service Device

Surface Integration Service Device – System devices

  • 4.14.136.0 required to support Windows Mixed Reality features.


According to Microsoft's Value Indicator chart, today's updates include improvements for reliability and compatibility, and have no effect on security, connectivity, performance, or battery life. You can manually download the firmware bundle here.

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