Any way to extract a monitor driver from built-in windows/graphics driver?

Enhanced Interrogator

Mar 23, 2013
So I have an old monitor that only has 32-bit drivers available online, but Windows or CCC (not sure which) is correctly identifying the monitor and installing drivers for it. Is there a way to extract this driver and install it elsewhere?

The problem is, I'm trying to run the signal through a splitter-like device that gives a generic EDID, and I can't get the same resolutions and refresh rates that I get when plugging in the monitor directly. I'd like to install my monitor's drivers for the splitter.