Posted 29 October 2006 - 11:14 PM
There are plenty of programs out there to tell you exactly what's on your computer. The one that I've always used was SisoftSandra. Do a search on it. Although it's not free, it'll tell you everything about your computer, including the manufacturers, the driver versions and a host of any important information you'll need to know about your computer.
While you're at it, get the manufacturer of your motherboard, and go to their web site and download the drivers for your motherboard. That'll probably fix your driver problem, along with every component hooked up/installed in your computer, along with names and other important information.
Hope that help!
One Man's Opinion