If you are not having any problems with anything, then I would not worry about getting drivers. Sometimes windows just don't recognize something and won't give it a name, but the drivers are already installed. That said, you can go to the computer's manufacturer, search for the specific computer model, and make sure you have the latest updates.
Well I did kind of sort this out. I have two different sources of Windows 10. One is on a USB with a more updated versio of Windows 10. I did a clean reformat & the PCI device drivers were not installed. So I tried installing Windows 10 through a old DVD that I had & this has an older version of Windows 10 on it. The PCI drivers were installed with no problems through Windows Update which is weird
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