Nvidia updates Vista graphics drivers yet again

For the third time in the past couple of weeks, Nvidia has released an update for its Vista ForceWare graphics drivers. Nvidia's latest release is numbered 100.64, and despite the company's promise of WHQL-certified graphics drivers earlier this month, this release is still in beta. Judging by the company's release notes, all the new drivers do is add support for Nvidia's new GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB graphics card and fix a handful of bugs. In the 32-bit version of Vista, those bugs include issues with flat panel scaling settings in the Nvidia control panel, as well as problems in Command and Conquer: Zero Hour, Dark Age of Camelot, Prey, and Quake 4. In Vista x64, Nvidia fixed only one bug pertaining to Quake 4 and multi-processor support. The 32-bit ForceWare 100.64 drivers can be downloaded here, and the 64-bit version is available here.
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