One of the first things required in order to find a driver is to first identify the hardware device you need a driver for. I'm pretty sure this motherboard uses "Integrated SiS 661fx+94 Mirage™ Graphics".
It also is an OEM board, Skt 775, 800FSB AGP. That means Foxconn made it special for some company to use in building their computers. You would need to know what that company name is and what computer model is was installed in.
Or you can visit: http://www.foxconnchannel.com/support/downloads.aspx
to see if they have a board listed with same specs and download/test the drivers posted.
There are a few other methods to finding drivers for this mb.
To find make and model of pc hardware, EVEREST Home Edition
is a free system diagnostics, system information program that will id most hardware on-board a mb. as well as the actual motherboard. It will, in some cases, actually provide a download link for the driver.
Alternate Everest download link: (offers 2 sites to dl program from)
Run the program and then:
Click on Computer
Click on Summary
Right hand window (hardware) if the text is BLUE
this is a link to the web site for that particular hardware.
If you have additional questions or need further help, please post a "copy and paste" of the COMPUTER SUMMARY report
(Leave out the Debug–PCI section) from Everest.
or the other method would be to open Device Manager and double click the device(s) you need a driver for, click the "Details" tab, then copy the PCI/VEN/DEV/SUBSYS string back into a post here in this thread.
This is a typical string for an Intel PRO/100 VE Network adapter used in a Dell Dimension 9100 Desktop: PIC\VEN_8086&DEV_27DC&SUBSYS_01A7028&REV_01\4&5855BE9&40F0
The strings in BOLD
are the important factors in this string.