The drivers in Windows 10 play an extremely important role since they are the ones that allow an application, program or piece of hardware to function properly, why it is that a driver or driver set incorrectly can cause various problems when trying access or use the associated service or device. The drivers are accessory so that there is an effective communication between the hardware and the system software and sometimes errors occur when recognizing those Windows 10 drivers..
All drivers are managed from the Windows 10 Device Manager and it is possible that at some point we have observed unknown drivers or drivers and do not really know what their function is, so TechnoWikis will explain how to see these unknown drivers in Windows 10 and how to define what kind are they. In this way we can find the driver we need even if it is designated as unknown.
How to find unknown drivers in Windows 10
We must access the Device Manager and for this we have the following options:
Once we access the Device Manager, we will right click on the controller to analyze and select "Properties" from the available list:
In the pop-up window we will go to the "Details" tab and in the "Property" field we must set the option "Hardware identifiers":
We right click on the desired value and select "Copy":
Now we go to our browser and paste this value there, we can see that various sites open with this result:
TechnoWikis advises you to locate the developer's site where you will find more complete details of this driver. There we identify what type it is, its size, version, etc.
With these simple steps we can determine what an unknown driver is associated with in Windows 10..