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New NVIDIA 3D Vision Driver Version 195.55 Beta is Available

November 18th, 2009 · 6 Comments · GeForce 3D Vision


Nvidia has released an updated 3D Vision beta driver that has important game fixes that a lot of people waited in order to be able to properly play in Stereoscopic 3D mode, because they were unplayable or did not provide good enough results without profiles. One of the most important things in the new 3D Vision beta 195.55 drivers is the Avatar game profile made for the recently released demo of the game that had some issues, but along it there are other important things like fixes for Borderlands and COD: Modern Warfare 2. Also don’t forget to install the latest beta video drivers with the same version – 195.55, but have in mind that the 3D Vision driver included in the GeForce 195.55 Beta package is older than the separate 3D Vision driver with the same version number!

New 3D Vision game profiles
– Avatar
– Left 4 Dead 2
– Star Trek D-A-C

Updated 3D Vision game profiles
– Borderlands – updated convergence and laser sight settings. Please note make sure you are using Borderlands patch v1.01 for proper 3D Vision support.
– Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 – changed laser sights to NVIDIA mode, which is off by default. You need to enable advanced hotkeys to turn it on.
– Section 8 – updated convergence values.

Download 3D Vision Driver 195.55 Beta for Windows Vista/Windows 7…
To download the Full 3D Vision CD v1.16 with 3D Vision and GeForce 195.55 Beta drivers…

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6 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Martin Andersson // Nov 19, 2009 at 00:23

    “have in mind that the 3D Vision driver included in the GeForce 195.55 Beta package is older than the separate 3D Vision driver with the same version number!”

    em.. how can that be!?

  • 2 Bloody // Nov 19, 2009 at 00:28

    Simply because GeForce 195.55 beta driver was released yesterday, and the new 3D Vision 195.55 was released today just a while ago… so both drivers are not the same and the one included in the beta video drivers does not contain the features that are available in this one.

  • 3 Martin Andersson // Nov 21, 2009 at 13:59

    Strange. When will you release a 3D review of Warefare 2 along with some nice settings of yours?

  • 4 Bloody // Nov 21, 2009 at 14:54

    I need to play a bit more with it… although I’ve already finished the SP in the game, but in 2D mode. ;)

  • 5 SillyHoney // Jan 4, 2010 at 12:13

    I’m using 190.38 driver for my Alienware M17x to get 3D feature to work. Any later driver is incompatible. The 190.38 does not have Modern Warfare 2 profile though so how can I custom and add MW2 profile myself to make the game run properly?

    I know we can add SLI profile but I don’t know if we can do the same with 3D Vision.

    Or is there a trick to extract updated profiles from new driver to the old one?

    In the near future I may need to add more game profiles like AC2 or ME2 so any help is very appreciated!

  • 6 Bloody // Jan 4, 2010 at 12:33

    SillyHoney, are you using 3D Vision Discover anaglyph mode and that is why you are sticking with the old driver? The new ones seem to have problems running on laptops as they look for 120Hz display and refuse to run the anaglyph mode that should have no problems running. But if you use external 120Hz display with the laptop and shutter glasses you should not have any touble even with later drivers.

    As for the profiles, it seems that only the custom convergence settings you can create are being saved in the registry and you can easily export and import them.

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