Many hardware names are usually named after the chip model, and each chip model has its own dedicated driver, so as long as you know the chip model used by the hardware, you can find the right driver. For example, if your graphics card is named: "NVIDIA GTX 1050 Ti", while actually the core chip model used is: "GeForce GTX 1050 Ti", then enter "GeForce GTX 1050" or "GTX 1050 Ti" to find the driver.
If you have a laptop or an all-in-one PC, you can also use the product name to search, and then go to the download page which has all the drivers for this machine (including: graphics card, network card, sound card, etc.). For example, if your laptop product name is: "Dell A6-9220e Inspiron Flagship", then type "Dell A6-9220e" to find all the drivers for this laptop.
Please select your hardware type and enter the driver download page.
If you clearly remember your hardware model name, you can click the corresponding hardware icon to enter the download page.
If your computer is a laptop or a branded all-in-one PC, please select "Laptop" or "All-in-One PC". After finding your machine model, go to the download page, which contains all the drivers for this machine.
You can also try the search function at the top to quickly find the driver.