Try a driver updater, but don't let it download anything.
You'll see that it refers to drivers that you don't have any idea about.
FYI - when you download a driver, you get more than just one driver.
It's an entire package and may contain several drivers (in addition to other control programs and configuration settings).
Most driver updaters don't do this.
Secondly, they don't have access to the latest drivers.
The manufacturer's change the names of drivers when they update them - so the driver updater tool doesn't know which they are.
I have a friend working on just such a tool to download BIOS/UEFI updates - and it's darned near impossible to do.
First you have to determine exactly which version is installed - and if the manufacturer doesn't update the version information on just one file, then you'll never get an update.
Finally, these updaters package what's called PUP's - Potentially Unwanted Programs. That doesn't sound bad, but when they invite their buddies in, and the buddies contain malware - you're in for more problems that you expected.
I've been doing online help since the late 1990's/early 2000's - and have been specializing in BSOD's (which are mostly driver caused) since 2006 or 7.
I have never seen a driver update program that worked well enough to use. And many that I've seen are thinly concealed malware.
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