AMD chipset drivers - F1A75M-Pro
I just downloaded and ran the latest chipset driver package on my HTPC and it showed what I was expecting to see. Then again, its chipset (A75) has a different feature set than your 970/SB950 combo.
The base chipset package comes with 3 main pieces: SMBus drivers, AHCI drivers for the SATA controller, and USB 3.0 drivers. There's a couple of small extras, such as the USB filter driver (which is showing on your screenshot).
•SMBus drivers - You already have some version of it installed (ATI I/O Communications Processor SMBus Controller)
. I would have expected to at least see it listed in the component selection list as a grayed-out option, meaning it's installed and doesn't need to be updated. I'm curious what the driver version/date is for that on yours.
•AHCI drivers - You're running your SATA controller in IDE/legacy mode, so there's no driver to apply. If it was in AHCI mode, it would show up as an option. You can try forcing the AHCI driver on the PCI IDE Controller devices, rebooting, immediately changing the SATA controller to AHCI mode, then booting Windows. I've done this several times with Intel systems, but I can't recall if I've done it with AMD. Either way, do this at your own risk/backups first! With Intel, you apply the driver to one of the two controllers listed (doing the wrong one results in a bluescreen). No idea if you're in the same boat.
•USB 3.0 controller - The SB950 southbridge doesn't have built-in USB 3.0 support so this driver doesn't apply. The four USB 3.0 ports on your motherboard are driven by a pair of Etron EJ168 chips and use different drivers.
If you want to look through the drivers manually, go to