Firmware Update Fixes Surface Pro 3 SD Card and USB 3.0 Issues
Last month, we talked about an important update released for the Surface Pro 2 and Surface Pro 3 which fixed a bunch of Windows 10-related problems. And now another useful one has been released for the Surface Pro 3.
The most recent firmware update for the month of September has been released by Microsoft, and it contains a very important fix. The latest version comes with an important USB 3.0 Card Reader driver update which improves the system power usage when an SD card is inserted.
If this update hasn’t appeared yet in Windows Update, you can go ahead and check manually for that. This particular problem with the attached SD card has been known for quite a while, and it’s been affecting the Surface Pro 2, as well.
The problem consists in a a system process called System Interrupt which takes over the CPU utilization even during idle, thus decreasing battery life and increasing heat output. Although an official fix hasn’t been yet provided, there seems to be a link with the SD card usage.
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You can also download all current software, firmware, and drivers for the Surface Pro 3; including optional WinTab drivers by follow this link to the official page that’s been recently updated by Microsoft.
Go ahead and perform the update and let us know whether this has somehow solved some problems with your Surface Pro 3. If so, leave your comment below and let us know, and if not, do the same.
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