Nvidia has pushed out a new WHQL-candidate GeForce driver, version 195.62. Dated November 20, the latest build adds several bug fixes and improved stability to the previously released 195.55 WHQL-candidate driver. Among the fixes is one that remedies the occasional frame stutter in Fallout 3, and another corrects antialiasing in Borderlands when applied through the NV Control Panel.
Windows Vista and 7's Windows Media Center will no longer crash on the GeForce 210 when playing VC1 or MPEG2 HD content at 1080p resolution. Other fixes address poor performance and flickering in Need For Speed: Shift on the GeForce GTX 260 and GTX 280, and failed transcoding in Badaboom when browsing a video file. Release notes are made available separately for Windows XP and Windows Vista/7. Download your copy of 195.62: