You've already gotten all the help that there is. That board does not have Windows 7 drivers available, having been produced after Windows 7 support ended. If the manufacturer didn't see fit to write drivers then there's nothing you can do short of installing a supported OS then running Windows 7 in a VM.
I didn't say that they should be silent, I said that it's wiser to remain silent if they don't have a solution - because reasoning doesn't satisfy me, on the contrary, it even bothers me. Am I the only one? Namely, it is better if there is no answer with advice that the drivers do not exist, that there is no solution. Maybe someone found her, as already said. Why WINDOWS 7? ...what do I know. They are perfect for my everyday work. Otherwise, they work, even if they are not mentioned in the driver, but they do not work optimally. I think Windows 10/11 is optimal. I absolutely love WIN7
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Since you probably got those from device manager, right click and go to properties, then details and choose hardware ids from the selection box.
Search google based on these IDs, chances are very low to finding anything but this is your best bet, if there aren't any drivers for your hardware then you won't find any drivers for your hardware.
Also be very careful of scam sites that automatically generate sites with any hardware id you ask for.
If memory serves I think starting back with Intel 10th generation they cut support for windows 7. So unfortunately I doubt they bring any new drivers out. In fact windows 10 will end support in 2025. So at this point the world has long since moved on from windows 7. Don’t get me wrong windows 7 in it’s day was a great os, but it’s day has come and gone.
Really Windows 10 is a good OS. Although I’m actually using windows 11 myself, and I don’t mind it at all. It may even be a bit better than windows 10 imo.