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I think many (most?) people on this forum are of the opinion "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." Drivers are one of those things that can totally hose a computer if there are compatibility issues. Having said that, you can certainly test the new driver if you take a couple of minutes to protect your computer first.
At a minimum I'd make a new system restore point before installing the driver. If something goes wrong you could restore your machine back to the way it was. A system image would be even better.
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