Not sure that I understand what you are asking.
Intel files/downloads...should originate from the Intel website.
Windows component downloads originate from the Microsoft website.
What's hard about understanding that?
If your system does not recognize a component that is functionally sound...such as a USB device...yet other USB devices function properly...I would guess that you have a malfunctioning component.
Plug-and-play USB devices are powered by USB 2.0 drivers...which are a native part of any Windows install which includes hardware drivers. I see that Intel offers USB 2.0 driver downloads, but those appear to only apply to XP. If you have an Intel board and have properly installed all drivers applicable...the USB 2.0 drivers should have been part of the motherboard driver install package.
In some cases, a USB device will have its own driver and those will have to be installed for functionality of the device.
Edited by hamluis, 15 February 2018 - 09:01 AM.