Mesa 3 Windows cumulative OS patch update 23107
19 Apr 2023
Along with running Windows Update for the Microsoft Windows 10 64-bit operating system, downloading and running the following file on Mesa 3 Windows (MS3W) units will install all of our own cumulative enhancements up to our latest version 23107 OS build in production. This OS patch can be installed both on units running our latest Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSC 2021 build or our previous Windows 10 Pro build. This can also be installed on all OEM partner brands of the MS3W platform as well. See the Release Notes documents and Mesa 3 Battery Information web page for further details of the updates. On new units from production, an Intel graphics driver update is installed along with the updates from this patch.
Warning: To avoid potential errors, we highly recommend to install the latest firmware before installing this OS patch. If this latest OS patch will not install on a unit that has not been updated for a long time, you may need to install a previous patch first from the archive at the bottom of this article. After installing the latest firmware and then OS patch, you will then also need to wait for battery firmware to install.
Note: If you are an IT admin, and you understand the warnings and messages contained in the patch, you may optionally run the patch from an admin command prompt with the “-passive” flag to run without needing to press any buttons (some exceptions apply if updating directly from a much earlier version).
During installation of this patch, you may be asked to uninstall previous cell modem utility and drivers before proceeding. Also, you may be notified that there is a touchscreen profile update, and the Touchscreen Profiles utility will open to ask you to update the touch profile. Once the touch update is done and you manually close the Touchscreen Profiles utility, you will then be told that a Reboot is needed, though you may need to wait for cell modem firmware to finish loading first. For full details of the update process, see this example update script.
After installation, to verify it has been installed, tap on Start then locate and run the Device Info utility.