Deja Vu! all over again?

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  1. olimjj

    olimjj Active Member

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    Why do I feel like I have been here before???
    I keep getting these thoughts in my mind:

    The largest Software & Programming company in the world?
    A relatively small piece of software designed to fix or update an original computer program code?
    The day after Monday?
    :starstruck:
     
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    I presume you're referring to this:

    Microsoft Surface Pro 2 update history | Surface firmware updates

     
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    Well....at least that answered my question about skipping past Firmware updates. When I read the info at the above link, it was clear that if you had skipped a previous Firmware update, but downloaded another later, you would get any previously skipped firmware updates. I guess this makes sense as any update would likely need changes previously recommended to work correctly, but, I guess it would make sense to go ahead and download Firmware updates after the "all clear" is given since you will probably eventually have to download some future firmware update. Does that make sense?
     
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    Does it matter that my UEFI is listed as v2.4.450.0 vs. the stated v2.04.0450?
     
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    I doubt it. Looks like they've just removed the leading zero

    04 = 4
    0450 = 450
     
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    Thanks. Just wondering if that's a possible reason that a repeated firmware load is attempted later in the month sometimes.
     
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    Sorry - don't want to derail the thread, but your Thread Title reminds me of Yogi Berra. Some of his quotes are simply hilarious: Yogi Berra Quotes
     
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    That is exactly where its from. His interpretations make a lot more sense than some people realize.:wink:
     
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