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NVIDIA GeForce Drivers 195.62


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<img src="http://nsanedown.com/images/logos/nVidia.png" class="logo" alt="nVidia" title="nVidia" />This is the latest WHQL driver for NVIDIA GeForce 6, 7, 8, 9, and 200-series desktop GPUs. NVIDIA GeForce drivers stand for compatibility, reliability, and stability with the widest range of games and applications. Updating your drivers ensures the best experience for every user and delivers continuous performance and feature updates for your NVIDIA product. The driver adds support for NVIDIA PhysX acceleration on all GeForce 8-series, 9-series and 200-series GPUs with a minimum of 256MB dedicated graphics memory.

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my drivers stop working from time to time

i dont know why , it's so strange , so i'm going to get this

Thank You

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I think I'll stick with the NVIDIA drivers my notebook manufacturer recommends.

Hmmm, for my computer Sony says I should use NVIDIA graphics driver 8.15.11.8640 for Windows 7 x64, but the drivers for Vista x64 are the original 7.15.11.7622 drivers. I wonder how those driver version numbers correspond to 191.07 and 195.62 Beta? :huh:

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the version number is the last group of digits with the last digit of the group before so the driver you're saying you're sticking with is outdated and doesn't offer things like the hardware accelerated flash support...

8.15.11.8640 = 186.40

generally if you have nvidia hardware no matter the manufacturer you should update your driver to the latest ones (non-beta unless you're so inclined)

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the version number is the last group of digits with the last digit of the group before so the driver you're saying you're sticking with is outdated and doesn't offer things like the hardware accelerated flash support...

8.15.11.8640 = 186.40

generally if you have nvidia hardware no matter the manufacturer you should update your driver to the latest ones (non-beta unless you're so inclined)

Ah, thank you for the explanation.

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