Recently I have acquired a microboard computer, ultimate black one ( http://www.microboard.com.br/ultimate-black/ ) and installed fodora 12 on it.
It has a wlan card assembled by 3DSP (http://www.3dsp.com.cn/).
Recently Blue Screen Of Death ( BSOD ) has been occurring on my computer and its because i have some drivers which needs updating.Each time my computer recover from it , I would get the message from Winzip prompting me to update all my drivers
Upon pressing the "Update all" button , i realised i needed to subscribe to the software before i could do so .
NVIDIA hasn't been updating their binary Linux drivers as frequently as they were earlier this year when it would be hard to go even just a week without seeing a new beta, an official update, or changes to either of their legacy drivers.
I actually use Linux Mint 17 (Ubuntu 14.04 base), but I assume that Mint's Driver Manager gets the same drivers from Ubuntu's driver manager. It's what I use to install the Nvidia drivers. Right now it has 331.38. The latest drivers are actually 340. Will Ubuntu eventually update its repositories to deliver the 340 drivers so I can update them easily?