Your system is an OEM PC so I recommend updating the drivers from your system manufacturer website as they are the proper drivers for your system, you can install the driver using the Intel® Driver update utility but this tool provides generic drivers and it can give problems when drivers are install in OEM systems.
I'm currently using the drivers offered by Sony(manufacturer).I asked if I could update my drivers to the latest version without facing such BSOD
As previously mentioned byivanu_intel the recommended drivers are the ones provided by the system manufacturer for the specific and officially supported Operating Systems.
Sony* website does not officially provide the drivers for Windows 10* at Support for SVF15213SN : VAIO® Fit 14E/15E : VAIO™ Laptop & Computer : Sony India
Thus, I recommend contacting Sony* in order to confirm with them if Windows* 10 is officially supported by the Laptop they manufactured.
You may additionally try our latest drivers 220.127.116.1176 (10.18.10.4276) from here Download Intel® HD Graphics Driver for Windows® 7*, 8.1*, 10 (3rd Gen & BYT)
and the latest Nvidia* drivers from here http://www.geforce.com/drivers/results/91814
You may get more information here Sony warns VAIO Windows PC owners not to update to Windows 10 yet | Windows Central
*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.
Thanks for the reply Cesar Badilla
Thanks Cesar Badilla
I've updated both my Graphic drivers without facing that error