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Installing Drivers via Script.

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I want to install drivers via VB or WSH script. Let say I have a monitor that has installed "drivers #1". I wold like to be able to specify in script, that it is the Monitor device (or any other device - I should be able to choose from type - SVGA, Monitor, keyboard, mouse etc...) , then to be able to specify the location of new driver, and then the script would install the new driver. Is this possible?
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The Microsoft utility Devcon can do this.
Full documentation is available at the page linked to above.
My PC specs:
Dell GX620
Dual 160GB SATA drives - RAID1
Dual 24" LCDs
Windows 2003 x64 SP2