nVidia doesn't make video cards. And video cards do not have SSCI interfaces. Most are either integrated on the motherboard or an PCI/ISA/AGP add-on card.
nVidia makes video chipsets and sells them to system builders, video card makers, and motherboard makers.... they don't build video cards.
So you need to posted the actual video card maker and model number or open Device Manager, find and double-click the video device you need a driver for, click the Details tab, select "hardware id" and give me the hardware id string that possibly begins with "PCI\VEN", (1st./top line of text only).
And if this device came pre-installed in your computer at the time of purchase, you need to post the computer/motherboard brand and model.
Otherwise, all I can suggest is to visit the http://"www.nvidia.com/Download/inde...nVidia website
to see if they post a generic driver.