Yes, that's almost certainly a false-positive. Comodo Internet Security is well-known for its high rate of false-positives, I'd strongly recommend that you switch to Microsoft Security Essentials
, it's free, provides excellent protection, and won't slow down your computer or cause problems with false positives. Non-Microsoft Antivirus/Firewall/Internet security programs cause system problems, slow down your machine (especially web browsing), and make your system meaningfully more secure than just using the free Microsoft products that WON'T do that.
In the future, you can confirm whether a result is a false-positive or not by uploading the file to VirusTotal
(recently acquired by Google). This site will scan the file with every scanner out there. If only a small number of programs detect anything, or if they are generic/heuristic detections (which means it just looks sort of suspicious, not that there's anything wrong with it), that's a good sign it's a false-positive.
I do agree with MastaVR6
that you should always download your drivers directly from the component manufacturer's website. The ones on the motherboard manufacturer site are usually rather outdated.