In case you do not have any driver packages available, Windows will automatically detect and download it through Windows Update. Or users can visit the manufacturer's website to download. However, if the two methods do not work well then you can refer to this simple suggestion below.
First, access the Windows Device Management feature by pressing the WIN + X key combination and clicking on the Device Manager option. If you are using Windows 7 or Vista, you can search for Device Manager from the Start menu.
The Device Manager dialog box appears. Look for a group of devices called "Other devices". This is usually a group of hardware devices that are not recognized by Windows because they do not have a driver.
Now right-click on the unknown device name and select the Properties command.
The Properties dialog box appears, select the Details tab and you will see the Device description line by default.
Now hit the Property menu and select Hardware Ids from the list. You will see some of the nonsense characters appear below, which in turn is the only identifier of the device.
Next, right-click on an arbitrary line and select Copy. Then click OK to close the Properties window.
Your remaining work is to open the web browser, go to the Google search page and paste the code just copied above, then press ENTER.
In the results displayed, identify yourself the most trusted and highly rated address to download the driver package you are looking for. Finally, the installation is simple.
This is the easiest way to find and download drivers for hardware that Windows can not recognize in Device Manager. Hope the article will be useful for you.