Don't be surprised if they either don't install or if the do don't work properly. From the "supported products" tab that Shawn posted,
Notebooks supporting Hybrid Power technology with Intel chipsets are not supported by this release.
of which yours falls into that category with its integrated Intel graphics (integrated into the CPU) in addition to the Geforce 310M, ASUSTeK Computer Inc. - Notebooks - ASUS K42JC
All of this means that you will have to get both the Nvidia (which surprisingly is only a few days old, date Jan. 19, 2011) and Intel driver
from Asus in order for both to work as they should; the Intel for low power use and apps, the Nvidia for games or apps that need more graphics power than the Intel provides.
See this thread here from someone with a similarly spec'ed Asus laptop and it took both the Intel and Nvidia driver for things to work properly, Need detailed help about Nvidia GeForce 310M