What driver are you talking about?
What operating system?
I see no problems in the device manager. The only driver you may want to address is the graphics driver.
However, if you are running windows 10, then there is really nothing you can do as your processor and graphics are not supported on Windows 10.
You can find the latest drivers here. Just click on "downloads and software".
I'm running Windows 7, and I came to this issue after I noticed that the machine was not running optimally as it's specs should allow it to. The driver which I used was as the Intel website states, a driver underneath the category of "Processors", and here I was, sitting back and wondering why it's not working.
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There is no need to update anything on the processor.
If it is not running as it should, how did you make this determination? Poor performance can be attributed to MANY things. A common misconception by the inexperienced is that it is a driver problem.
With a laptop this old, if the processor is socketed, it could be the thermal material. Poor performance could also indicate a lack of disk space, or memory.
I see no problems with your drivers. So, leave well enough alone. And. as I said earlier, the only driver that may require updating is your graphics driver.