Earlier today, we reported that many Surface Pro 3 tablet owners could not install the new Windows 10 build 10122 on their devices when upgrading from the last public build, 10074. Now Windows Insider head Gabriel Aul has posted up a possible workaround that could solve these issues.
Aul wrote today on his Twitter account:
"SP3 users who are getting rolled back on upgrade to 10122, try from CMD: rundll32.exe pnpclean.dll,RunDLL_PnpClean /DRIVERS /MAXCLEAN"
Yes, that does mean that you will have to run the Command Prompt exe, Aul later posted a follow-up message:
"This should work for any device failing at 18% during driver migration (telemetry shows this is 1.2% of installs on 10122)."
Hopefully, this fix will get your Surface Pro 3 up and running on the Windows 10 10122 preview build. Let us know if this workaround works for you in the comments.
Source: Gabriel Aul (Twitter)