This is not telling you anything useful.
Specifically, it is telling you the hardware memory addresses allocated to the device, and the IRQ. There is nothing really practical you can do with this information.
In the olden days, before Plug&Play and before Windows 95, these values would often have to be set manually.
Since Windows 95, these settings are automatically managed by Windows and you cannot change them.
In a stretch of imagination, if you get a Blue Screen of Death that contains a memory range information, you could maybe compare it to the device information in device manager and find the faulty hardware.