The Device Manager seems handy and anyone with some basic knowledge of Windows, can open it and use it.
However, today I am going to introduce you to such a program that helps users manage installed Windows drivers, right from the Command Prompt.
The syntax for this command is “devcon [-m:\\The Driver Nodes command lists the driver nodes for the devices that match the specified hardware or instance ID. This includes all the support for a device such as any services, device-specific co-installers, registry entries and so forth.
The services for a device can include a set of Pn P drivers (a function driver and any upper and lower filter drivers).
The article Script to install or update drivers directly from Microsoft Catalog contains a Power Shell script for doing what is asked. Service ID = '7971f918-a847-4430-9279-4a52d1efe18d' $Searcher.