I don't believe that "NF-MCP61-6A61KE11C-00"
is a valid model number. If it had a date in front, it would be considered a bios id string. Example: 06/16/2008-NF-MCP61-6A61KE11C-00
is a bios id string for a ECS (Elitegroup) motherboard. This I know because of the "E1" digits in the bios id string. And I believe the "NF-MCP61" portion of the bios id string is a chipset number (not a model number).
Also, the "6A61K" part of the bios id string tells me that it has a "NVIDIA® GeForce 6100 / nForce 430" chipset on-board. However, there is nothing in the bios id string that tells me what it's model number is. I suspect it's possibly a model N61PB-M2S, NF61S Micro AM2 SE
, or MCP6P M2+
but I can't be 100% certain. Only you can determine what model it is.
Is this a retail or OEM board. If retail, you should be able to get drivers from the ECS website
once the model number has been determined.
If it's an OEM board, you will need to visit the website of the company or vendor who made your computer.
Perhaps this software will help:
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.
Sorry, that's all I can do for you at this time. You didn't even tell me what hardware device (on this mb) you need a driver for.
2 negatives makes it difficult to help.