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Pfft. As if they go stale? If you have an nVidia-based card (GeForce) you go to nVidia.com or your card's particular maker's site and get the latest driver that works with your card and OS, install 'em, and that's it. VersionTracker (now part of cnet) is also handy to track driver updates. The other drivers stay current more readily; what's going on that you think the OS and driver vintages can't get it together?
Posted on May 28, 2011
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