First published on TECHNET on Dec 24, 2018
On October 9th we made available the initial release of drivers and firmware for Surface Go from the Microsoft Download Center.
Visit https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=57439 to download the MSI file:
Note: Surface Go released with the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, version 1803. This version is noted by the minimum build number in the driver and firmware pack file name, Build 17134. This build number indicates the minimum supported build required to install the drivers and firmware contained within the file. To install this driver and firmware pack, you must have Windows 10 Version 1803 or greater installed on your Surface Go
To extract the individual driver files from the MSI file, for example to prepare for deployment of Surface Studio devices with the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) or System Center Configuration Manager, you can use the following msiexec command (where C:\SurfaceGoDrivers is the destination folder for the extracted files):
msiexec /a SurfaceGo_Win10_17134_1802010_6.msi targetdir=C:\SurfaceGoDrivers /qn
Note: When extracting driver files from the MSI, the destination folder (targetdir) must be different than the folder containing the MSI file.
Once the files have been successfully extracted, you can find driver and firmware files under the folder SurfacePlatformInstaller, found in the destination folder. For example, using this command, you would find the Surface Studio driver files in the following folder:
The following drivers are available in this download:
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