Okay, I see your problem.
Here's the deal:
In that long list
, the drivers you need are there. But there are also drivers for the other hardware that comes with a different laptop (same model, different physical computer). Acer apparently puts lots of different hardware in the same model laptop, making it difficult for people like you to pick out the drivers you need.
For example, say your graphics card is an Intel. You won't be using the NVIDIA graphics drivers. But John Doe's Acer (same model as yours) might have an NVIDIA graphics card, and he won't need your Intel drivers.
You can blame acer for the poor user interface on their website.
You'll just have to take that list of drivers, open your Device Manager, and pick out the ones that you need based on the brand of hardware you have. If you have an Intel graphics card, a Synaptics touchpad, and a Broadcom Bluetooth module, then you won't need the other drivers for that same piece of hardware (NVIDIA, ALPS, Foxconn). Do you see what I mean? You'll just have to dig around inside your Device manager to find the brands of your hardware, and only install the drivers that correspond to the brands of hardware you have.
I hope that made sense.
I can't tell you which ones to install because I don't know what hardware is in your computer. You'll have to do the digging yourself.
Take note of the different tabs in the menu on Acer's website: