In December, Microsoft introduced a firmware update for the Surface Pro 2 that it was soon forced to pull. The company has now released an update that fixes some of the problems experienced by those who installed last month’s update before it was withdrawn.
A statement from the company says:
This weekend we released an update that addresses the unexpected wake and battery drain behavior experienced by a small number of Surface Pro 2 customers who installed the December Windows Update. This should have no impact on users already running the October Windows Update. We’re working hard to address the remaining Surface Pro 2 items from the December Windows Update.
Users of affected tablets should go to Settings > Update and recovery > Windows Update to install the fix, if they haven’t already.
Details of the problems reported by Surface Pro 2 users who installed December’s firmware update can be found in this article:
Microsoft Pulls Surface Pro 2 Firmware Update Due to User Complaints