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Firmware update for Surface Pro 3 should fix wifi problems
Microsoft has released a firmware update for the Surface Pro 3 unrolled. The update should include correct problems users encounter with the stability of wifi connections on Microsoft’s tablet. Also a problem with ‘overheated’ Surface Pro 3 tablets would be resolved.
The update for the wifi problems would be resolved, inter alia by providing. UEFI new firmware In addition, the so-called Surface integration drivers adapted for both wifi and bluetooth component. These updates should provide stable wireless connections on the Surface Pro 3 reports WinSupersite.
Microsoft also seems to have found complaints from some users that system messages were that the tablet would have become. Too hot a fix It is not a hardware problem but a bug in the software so that the message is displayed. Across overheated components wrongly This error could have been remedied by an update to the embedded controller firmware. An update for the system aggregator should further ensure better compatibility with Surface Cover. For the other models, Microsoft Surface has no updates available. Incidentally this monthViewing:-285
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