But you must make sure the site you are about to visit is selected only for the exact model of your notebook. What's provided is only a start for you as the exact model is not given here.
I'd also make sure to create a System Restore point before beginning, as sometimes a driver upgrade does not work well, or at all.
While there, you can update the other drivers, but be sure to reboot after installing each one. In other words, install one new driver at a time; do not install all at once. Recipe for certain trouble if you do it that way.
Always only go to the vendor's site (Sony) for driver updates and nowhere else. Hint: Leave the BIOS update alone (you likely do not need it). Google BIOS UPDATING PROBLEMS as to why you should only do this only if it is required.
I have a SONY VAIO 2011 laptop and have been receiving for a while the messe, "Display Driver stopped responding and has recovered." My screen freezes for 1-3 minutes. I did a driver manager test and am told I have drivers that are out of date. I am prompted to buy new software, which I do not want to do.
Are there any other solutions out there?