|That's just the generic Windows device description for it.|
If it's built into the mboard..........
- if you have a brand name computer, the proper software for it is available in the downloads for your specific model
- if you have a generic desktop system, the proper software for it is available in the downloads for your specfic mboard model.
If it's not built into the mboard
- if it came with a brand name system, the proper software for it is probably available in the downloads for your specific model
- if it's a generic system or it did not come with the brand name system
search the web for: SIW (System Information for Windows), download it, install it, run it.
That software searches your computer for devices and can find the name of what most hardware actually is.Then you search for the proper software with the specific name of the device.
Or - if this is a desktop system, remove the AC power to the case, open up the case (e.g. remove the left side panel as seen from the front on a tower computer), remove the card, and examine it to see if it has a model number you could try searching with on the web.
If it has a FCC ID number, that can be a very good clue - that number can be used to look up who made the device and what model it is, here: