AMD A-series chipsets are designed to unleash the performance of the AMD Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) and are offered in a variety of different I/O configurations.
Intel released version 10.1.1.42 of their Chipset Device Software on January 17, 2017.This is the latest version of these drivers and should work with most newer Intel-based motherboards.With incredibly fast Quad-Channel DDR4 Memory and 64 lanes of PCI Express® Gen3 on tap, you’re free to add RAM, graphics cards, and NVMe SSDs. It doesn’t matter, Threadripper’s new platform is built to dominate now, and keep you on the bleeding edge of tomorrow.Ready for AMD Ryzen™, and 7th Gen A-Series and Athlon™ processors - AMD Socket AM4 represents the company’s new future-proof platform targeting the fastest DDR4 memory, PCIe® 3.0, and NVMe technologies available, as well as the first native USB 3.1 Gen2 support on a chipset.See How to Roll Back a Driver for instructions in all versions of Windows.
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You can do this from the appropriate applet in Control Panel.
If reinstalling the Intel chipset driver package doesn't work, try rolling back the driver, also something you can do from Control Panel.
Like the firmware for Surface devices, firmware for Surface Dock is also contained within a downloaded driver that is visible in Device Manager.
This driver stages the firmware update files on the Surface device.
The Surface Dock provides external connectivity to Surface devices through a single cable connection that includes Power, Ethernet, Audio, USB 3.0, and Display Port.