|I clean forgot this:|
Where the manufacturer does not supply a driver for a specific device, that's usually because the driver is either included with that version of Windows, or is supplied via Windows Update from Microsoft's online driver library.
using the laptop that needs the driver, make sure you have an internet connection then click Start > All Programs > Windows Update (near the top of the list).
Then click "Check for updates".
That was the situation with the video driver for my motherboard some months ago. I emailed the motherboard manufacturer asking why they had no video driver for my board, they promptly replied and informed me that Microsoft supplies it via Windows update, which was quite correct.