Sorry to hear that.
I recommend you uninstalling the current driver and installing the latest one again that can be downloaded at the following link:
In case the issue persists, I recommend you to update the bios driver and the Management engine in your computer. You can do this by contacting the computer manufacturer.
BIOS is up to date same as Management engine.
Why would I contact HP for drivers that YOU released on Microsoft update? I simply re-installed the HP Drivers (October version) and everything is working fine.
I'm telling you, your new drivers create overheating and the heat fan runs non stop draining the battery.
We appreciate the feedback on this matter. It is important to say that the drivers that you install through the Windows Updates are windows generic updates and not Intel® updates.
The drivers that the manufacturer provides are design and created specifically for their units. This is the reason why it is important to install their software.