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  1. Hey, sorry for the late reply. I use this silent method without any user interaction for printer installs all the time at work. It depends on a few things though. If you want to create TCP/IP ports then you'll have to use those useful vbs scripts in you "C:\windows\system32" folder. Its pretty easy. But theres always a problem if you're install drivers cos they have to be signed or something. Anyways if you only want to install a printer connected to the lpt1: port then that's one sinmple line using rundll, like this. rundll32 printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /if /b "Name of your Printer" /f "Path to *.inf" /r "Port Name" /m "Brother HL-2460 series" Hope this helps.
  2. Thx for those links jcarle. I"ve been wanting to get into programming with C#. Much appreciated.
  3. Thanks alot for these post of guides guys. I read alot more than I post, Hopefuly I will get to point where I can actually contribute. But I had a question. I recently conditioned my DLL, but I decided not to use 256 color. And it worked fine. I was wondering if anyone else has tried this and had any future problems. BTW my winntbbu.dl_ is like freaking 1.27MB when compressed but it still works. I'll post after I finsih screwing around with it.