A very useful tool in such situations is USBdeview. It scans Windows and then outputs a list of all USB connected devices that are currently connected to the computer, as well as all devices that were ever plugged in. There is the option to delete old entries from the list, along with various activation and deactivation choices.
The tool is available on nirsoft.net; make sure to choose the appropriate version according to your Windows architecture (either 32-bits or 64).
The interface is rather minimalist but manages to display enough data on whatever devices were connected to your computer or laptop.
If you click on this link and save the web page under the name usb.ids, then add it to the same folder10.5 where USBdeview is, the tool will now be able to display the producer name for each device. In order for this trick to work properly, you need to make sure that the saved webpage is actually named “usb.ids” and not having a different extension.