Step 3) Find Your Drivers
Next, you'll want to take the information you found in step one and head on over to that company's official website. If you're unsure how to get there, take the name of the company, head on over to everyone's good friend Google, and simply type it in and hit enter. The first link should be what you're looking for. Next, go to the "Support and Downloads" section of that website, generally located on a sidebar, header, or at the bottom of the page. This is the place that they hide the drivers. If you're unable to find this section, type "Control+F" ("Apple+F" on a Mac) and type in "Support". This should bring you right to the link you need.
Here are the locations of the support sections on some common websites:
Dell: At the bottom of the page, labeled "Drivers and Downloads".
Logitech: At the top of the page, under the "Support" tab. It's labeled "Product Support".
Sony: At the top of the page, under the "Service and Support" tab, labeled "Drivers/Software"
Microsoft: Click "Products" and then "All PC Hardware". This will bring you to another page where you should click the "Downloads" button and then navigate your way through all of the options to find your hardware.
Acer: Under "Quick Links" at the bottom of the page, labeled "Drivers and Downloads".
If your product is not from one of these companies, simply follow the instructions above and you shouldn't run into too much trouble. Feel free to leave a comment if you're stuck and I'll be happy to find the drivers for you!