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leeshor

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I have been running it on fast ring for laptop and it works fine. I have been following everything very closely, but had not heard much about Surface Pro 3. That is was I am curious about.
I have slow ring on a production workstation and fast ring on a bench system but there are plenty of posts on the forum, some in this thread, that discuss using it on the Surface.
 

Tallrandal

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I have slow ring on a production workstation and fast ring on a bench system but there are plenty of posts on the forum, some in this thread, that discuss using it on the Surface.
Did I post in the wrong area? I thought that this thread was for the Surface Pro 3...
 

cliffr39

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Curious situation.
I just had Cumulative Security Update KB3058515. It reboots to do the install and gets stuck at SURFACE logo screen for a long time (no spinning circle like normal). Eventually it gets back to Windows 10 and Update History shows it still needs to restart. Now when I hit the power button to go into connected standby I hear a strange noise from the right speaker. When I wake it the noise is gone and returns again in sleep. Going to uninstall it and test.
 

Skydexter

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Anyone managed to properly install today's updates? (On 10130)
Updates are stuck on "Requires a restart to finish installing", restarted / shutdown my surface pro 3 several times, still not working.
Any workaround or fixes for that? :)
Good news, seems that's just a "UI" bug :

Gabe Aul twitted this today : https://twitter.com/GabeAul/status/609422441148878848

"That is a bug in the Update History UX. As long as you are not seeing a prompt (pop-up) to restart you should be fine."
 

cliffr39

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I turned off CS completely...
manually
HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\CsEnabled (1->0)
So, I just followed this to disable CS and now the power button doesn't turn off the screen nor does closing the keyboard cover.
Wonder what I broke... guess I'll go back to "1" to turn it on again.

edit: yep, going back to 1 and it all works properly again. Wonder why it didn't work when disabled.
 

cliffr39

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When u disable it, you have to edit the property of the power profile to reassign power and lid....
I did check that and Lid close action is set for Sleep under both battery and power. Power button action is the same.
When I click the define power buttons link on the left of Power Options there is no sleep, just Do nothing, Hibernate, Shut down, and Turn off the display.

I guess I may have to either live with CS or start using hibernate.
 

Compusmurf

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Disable cs, um, turns OFF sleep. You have to change it from sleep which you just disabled to hibernate, off, or shutdown....
 

Compusmurf

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Sleeping in win 10 right now just isn't fully done. Some of the phone home and debug code is wrecking it. Better to hibernate or power off for now. I suspect there are some cappy beta drivers also not allowing proper sleep. I turn it back on to test every new build but doubt that it will change much until release.
 
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