The OEM has every right to decide when they stop supporting a device. After about a year, HP does not post many updates on their support page. This has little to do with reality though - the component OEM (graphics card in your case) usually has updated drivers.
Originally Posted by RodA
The really good news is that Windows 10 supplies almost every driver needed. The only HP driver not provided on my HP dv6, was Drive Guard (parks the heads on the HD if you drop the machine).
Please update the Systems Specs in your forum profile with complete information.
- In the System Manufacturer/Model Number field, manually type Desktop or Laptop adding it to the information already in the field. The specific model number is important - there are often many models of a given series.
For example, my machine is a HP Pavilion dv6, but there are tens of the dv6 series, so dv6-6c10us is the specific model.
- Specify Custom Build as the manufacturer if it is not an OEM machine.
The easiest way to do this is to use the information from a PUBLISHED Speccy report.
See: Speccy - Publish Snapshot of your System Specs
Post the link to the report that Speccy gives you and also open the Speccy link.
Then click here
to view your System Specs on this forum.
When you have both windows open, put them side-by-side and simply copy the information, field by field, from the Speccy report to your System Specs.
To see what information other members provide in their System Specs, click on My System Specs
in the lower left of any post by any member.
There's a very good chance that your machine can be upgraded, the only real limiting factor is the instruction set of the CPU. I'd venture that your CPU supported the necessary instructions.
The worst case would be that you might have to upgrade the graphics card.