I got a similar message in the wake of the recent Windows 10 “creators update”. Quicktime is an application, not a driver. (Driver software is specific to your graphics card/processor, translating the peculiarities of the hardware into terms the operating system can understand. Using that understanding, the OS can then provide graphics card services to apps like Quicktime.)
Go into control panel, hardware and sound, open the device manager (found in the devices and printers area).
Find display adapters in the list, and open to see a list. In my case, there’s one item called “Intel HD Graphics 4600”.
R-click on this item and select properties from the pop-up. A windows pops up. Click the Driver tab, and select “Update Driver”. With any luck, it will search the internet and install the new driver with no more work on your part. If I recall correctly, my screen went black after that, but was back 2 seconds later. I did a reboot. Maybe I was responding to instructions in a message, maybe I was being cautious. Anyway, I haven’t seen the “update your driver” message since, and I’ve had no trouble either.