I was just wondering what kind of behavior is expected when hooks are set, I can modify my code to test it (which isn't really necessary), but I was hoping it's normal for when hooks are set for input to be buffered for a few seconds and then display.

If you'd like to see the project code I'll include it.

http://www.2shared.com/file/k0xfRGok/HookProc_DLL.html
http://www.2shared.com/file/H22QB4hg/sethoooks.html

It's just for fun, it removes injected input (see: dllmain).

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I don't see anything in the hooks that would cause that delay. Have you tried debugging with VC++ debugger?

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