just type "windows update" in the search bar in the start menu and have windows update itself. the nvidia drivers are automatically updated now by windows update. this has a lot to do with the fact that nvidia worked side-by-side with microsoft and helped them design their graphics and interface stuff.. which i think is why its running smoothly. anyway, just update your computer and you'll have your drivers.
You don't want to use Windows update to install drivers. They will install old drivers that are not current at all. If you want the latest drivers them, goto EVGA and get then for all Nvidia video cards.
i can't get the windows updater to download and install the right drivers. it just defaults to some generic driver. i tried the vista mobile drivers and that just gives me an error. i don't know what to do.
I just posted on someone else's thread, but for best performance get the 185.20 forceware drivers. They have windows 7 drivers built in, but nVidia has removed them from the site. you can google them though and they popup as its very popular for 7 and Vista. I think also in the hardware forum there is a direct link to the download.
as with many drivers that are for vista... go to computer management-->device manager-->right click on your gfx card-->update driver-->install manually-->find the folder where you extracted the driver d/load.. that SHOULD work. you might not be able to do the setup.exe file.