Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by jam4, Oct 10, 2009.
ok, the current SLIC is for Asus laptops, is there a desktop variant?
My desktop motherboard is Asus (desktop is not Asus brand) is sliced with 2.1 from the notebook slic2.1. It works perfectly.
LOL Asus makes desktops? >_<;;;;
There won't be any desktop motherboards which has SLIC2.1, since ASUS doesn't make desktops. The closest they get to desktops are netbooks in a case eg. eee Box.
Put a Asus Laptop SLIC2.1 into ya bios instead.
I would use the slic from your OEM and not the one from your motherboard manufacturer but in the end it makes no difference.
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True, but i dont believe they have slic in the bios.
but who am i, i don't own 1 of those things.
That is NOT true at all. All Asus barebones (ie. Pundit) came with original SLIC 2.0, so I am sure new barebones will have SLIC 2.1 soon
Motherboards are made by Asus, and the barebones desktops as well
I was asking because I was curious about what Asus used in their desktop computers. (Yes, I am aware that Asus does ship desktops in addition to their laptops with windows preinstalled).
I am going to be picking up an Asus desktop later today as I am curious as to how they license them.
Let us know what your findings are.
I really don't know if those desktops have a slic.
Well, the machine I just ordered from my local computer store comes with Vista pre-installed and a Win7 upgrade coupon, so I am hoping it has a SLIC table
Ok, picked it up, 2.0 ASUS Laptop SLIC on a desktop board.
Is there really no asus desktop slic 2.1 to be found anywhere?