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SubjectRe: ISA slot detection on PCI systems?
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> I don't believe that Win2k does it (it's not from the PnP family, is it?).
> But, I don't doubt that XP does it on contemporary hardware. It requires
> ACPI support in the BIOS. And, ACPI enumerates all of the legacy devices
> in the system.

PnPBIOS also enumerates the legacy hardware that can be known about (ie
is soldered down)

Alan
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