Why do you want to update it, is there any problems with it?
Yes. I get flickering images. The taskbar shows open programs, some of which continually slide from the right to the left. Sometimes my Exexcel programs do not respond immediately and sometimes also don't respond appropriately. I think the Intel Management Engine Components got corrupted when I stupidly tried a "Driver Update...Microsoft...Recommended" ad. After the group got my money, they told me to call a certain telephone number to activate the driver updates. The man who answered had me on the line for nearly an hour and then said that the remainder of the procedure would be automatic. However, in the time to come there was a message displayed that the download could not be completed entirely. I called back and was told that some machine didn't need all of the components in the download and that I could just ignore it.
Unfortunately, I let myself get really irritated so much that I forgot to use System Restore. When I did use it, I found that the Components did not restore to an earlier time.
Obviously there are problems or I wouldn't have posted a request for help. Images flicker and sometimes actually shift from the right to the left. Mouse clicks don't always work as expected--i.e., a single click may actually work as a double click--going beyond where I wanted to go. Sometimes an Excel worksheet may open and keep opening for many seconds before settling down to the way it should appear. I downloaded an advertised "Driver Update...Microsoft Recommended". A pop-up message stated that not all items downloaded properly. I contacted the source and was told that it wouldn't make any difference as that was just something that did not apply to my computer. The "Intel Management Engine Components" is the only item on my computer that I can find that has the suspect date & time stamp--the . Thus, I was hoping to refresh or update the item in hopes of getting a new uncorrupted version.
How about getting the driver from your system manufacturer’s website? Then, uninstall, restart, and reinstall.
You may want to do the same with the graphics driver. If more help is needed provide the specifications of your system or its brand and model.