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No you dont, you just need to go to nvidia.com and download the latest drivers.
You should also check for new drivers every few weeks if you play many games.
You also dont have a 62 bit version of windows, its 32 bit of 64 bit.
You can find your drivers here if you have the 64 bit version of windows http://www.nvidia.com/object/win7-winvista-64bit-258.96-whql-driver.html
It will depend on what you are doing. If you intend to play games, use nVidia's cards, you will be looking for high core clock, memory clock , and shader clock speed. If you are doing animations, etc, you will be looking for high amount of memory, which are common with ATI video cards.
well if your trying to game on a pc the 5500 isnt quite sufficient. If you dont know about nvidia you are about 5 generations back of days cards. So the card wont handle any of todays games. If your really trying to game i suggest you build/buy a new rig. But as far as playing videos, quality should be good. Try goin to nvidia.com and downloading the newest drivers.
Try a new driver for that card. That gpu has problems with sims 2 games. More ram could be needed, a better cpu and that graphics card isnt great for playing newer games a Nvidia geforce 9600gt is much better.
i have found that some boards don't like Nvidia graphics cards and play up when it comes to a particular graphical attempt.
You can try the game and card on lower settings, but that defeats the purpose of the card, and make sure you have the latest directx (9C i think) installed
You can try as i did some older graphic card drivers for your model as Nvidia now seem to make generic force drivers for all models.
I had luck with different drivers for a while, but ended up buying an ATI graphics card and as of yet after a year had no graphic problems.