On occasion some audio drivers will "self-identify" as network drivers. I've seen this most often with RealTek devices and assume that it's a glitch in the DEV_ name assignment.
I'd suggest first identifying and installing the unknown device to see if it turns out to be an audio device that's mis-identified as a network device.
To do this, right click on the device in Device Manager and select Properties, then select the Details tab. In the Details tab, select the Hardware ID from the dropdown menu. Post the 4 characters after the VEN_ and the 4 characters after the DEV_ - we'll use http://www.pcidatabase.com
to see if it's a network device or an audio device and to find the correct drivers.
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