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New NVIDIA Linux Graphic Drivers 195.36.08

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Version: 195.36.08 Certified
Release Date: 2010.03.03
Operating System: Linux
Language: English (U.S.)

Release Highlights:

  • Added support for the following GPUs:
    • Quadro FX 880M
      GeForce GTS 350M
      GeForce GTS 360M
  • Added support for NVIDIA 3D Vision Stereo on Linux with Quadro GPUs. See the "Stereo" X configuration documentation in the README for details.
  • Fixed a bug that caused screen corruption after an application released a GLX_NV_present_video device.
  • Fixed an X server crash caused by starting nvidia-settings while X was not on the active VT.
  • Fixed brightness control hotkeys on some laptops.
  • Fixed an nvidia-settings bug that produced many "Bad argument" warning messages when running nvidia-settings --query all.
  • Fixed an installer bug that produced the following message:
      WARNING: Unable to perform the runtime configuration check for library 'libGL.so.1' ('/usr/lib/libGL.so.195.36.03'); assuming successful installation.
  • Fixed a bug that caused G-Sync stereo synchronization to fail sometimes when enabling frame lock.
  • Fixed a bug that caused OpenGL applications to occasionally crash with "double free or corruption" messages when exiting.

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