First, do not use the Intel Driver Update Utility.
Second, is your current driver not functioning properly? If it is working without problems, then you do not need to update it.
Third, you should use the driver provided by HP as using the generic Intel driver may not provide customized functionality that HP has added to the driver.
But, if you really want to do this, here is the driver for Windows 10 for Intel HD 4600 graphics:
If may be necessary to manually install the driver, To do this, install the current driver build via "have disk method" as described at:
(ignore prolog about MS surface)
It would be in your best interests to create a restore point first. And, knowing Windows 10, restore points are likely turned off. So, turn them on, and create a restore point.
Thank you Al
According, you tell me if this driver: Intel (R) HD Graphics 4600 running smoothly then it is not necessary to update it.. Actually this driver is working fine on my laptop
Is this driver win64_154028.4501.exe updating this? Intel (R) HD Graphics 4600
If I choose to update it this will work fine on my HP ENVY 17 windows 10 64-bit creators?
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Thank you very much to Al Hill for the information posted previously.
Hi Rotty: Thank you very much for joining the Intel® Graphics communities.
I hope the information posted previously was useful for you.
In regard to your question, you can always try to update the graphics driver, but it is not for sure how it is going to work. The best way to find out will be by installing it and then if there is some kind of problem you can always roll back to a previous version. If there is no problem with the laptop currently, then there is no need to update the driver, however, if the driver you try to install is provided by HP, then it should work just fine with your laptop.
Any further questions, please let me know.