MICROSOFT SURFACE INTEGRATION SERVICE DEVICE DRIVER DETAILS:
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MICROSOFT SURFACE INTEGRATION SERVICE DEVICE DRIVER
Balance of power And the final update addresses the default power plan, which is 'Balanced', and ensures this stays correctly set whenever Windows is updated given that this is a post-Anniversary Update set of fixes, we can only guess that said recent major OS update broke this power setting in some respect — it wouldn't be the only issue causedthat's for sure.
I live in Denmark. In any case, for anyone else with the issue, try installing the manual update package. It worked for me: Surface Dial Filter v1.
Surface Ucsi Device v2. Specific fixes for Surface Book 2 devices with Windows 10 Version and above additionally include: Right click on the hardware device you wish to update and choose Update Driver Software 4.
Choose to select the location of the new driver manually and browse to the folder where you Microsoft Surface Integration Service Device the driver 5. If you already have the driver installed and want to update to a newer version got to "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer" 6.
At that point, Microsoft ended feature development entirely, shipping only security updates and bug fixes. That's going to come to an end on Patch Tuesday this coming December.
The latest system update from August 8. contained an update for the "Surface Integration Service device" which I realise is another device but Why cannot start the Surface Integration on my New Surface Pro.
It will be listed in the Windows Update history as follows: Microsoft Driver update for Surface Integration Service Device.