VB.NET - Fill data in ListView as it happens

Possibly a difficult one to describe but I have a Windows Form that fills a dataset with contents from an Excel spreadsheet and then queries each service tag per row against Dell's online warranty service.
It all works fine thanks to another contributor on here but for one small niggle.
When the process is running it does not show any data until it finishes. You can see it's working as the progress bar fills up and the scroll bar keeps reducing in size to indicate data is being added to the ListView.
So how can I change this so that as soon as one line within the loop is complete it adds it to the ListView so I can see the data in real time?
Using con As New OleDbConnection("Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;Data Source=" & txtFile.Text & ";Extended Properties=""Excel 12.0 Xml;HDR=YES"";")
                Using cmd As New OleDbCommand
                    cmd.Connection = con
                    Dim ds As New OleDb.OleDbDataAdapter("Select * from [" & wksheet & "]", con)
                    'Dim dt As New DataTable
                    Using dt As New DataTable
                        Dim rowcount As Integer
                        rowcount = dt.Rows.Count()
                        Dim sB As Long = rowcount
                        Dim cR As Long = 0
                        cR = cR + rowcount
                        'pb1.Value = (cR / sB) * 100
                        For Each dtr As DataRow In dt.Rows
                            '/ Get the value from the row here:
                            Dim counter As Integer
                            Dim proxy As New com.dell.xserv.AssetService()
                            Dim sGUID As New Guid("11111111-1111-1111-1111-111111111111")
                            Dim sOutput As com.dell.xserv.Asset() = proxy.GetAssetInformation(sGUID, "Dell Warranty Tool", dtr("serial_number"))
                            Dim eData As Object() = sOutput(0).Entitlements
                            For Each ed As com.dell.xserv.EntitlementData In eData
                                If ed.ToString() > "" Then
                                    Dim PC As String
                                    If Not IsDBNull(dtr("computer_name")) Then
                                        PC = dtr("computer_name")
                                    End If
                                    Dim user As String
                                    If Not IsDBNull(dtr("user_name")) Then
                                        user = dtr("user_name")
                                        user = "No user"
                                    End If
                                    Dim model As String
                                    If Not IsDBNull(dtr("computer_model")) Then
                                        model = dtr("computer_model")
                                    End If
                                    Dim EndDate As String
                                    EndDate = ed.EndDate.ToString()
                                    Dim endD = EndDate.Remove(10, 9)
                                    Dim refresh As Date = endD
                                    Dim currentdate As DateTime = DateTime.Now
                                    Dim expirydate As String

                                    If model.Contains("OptiPlex") Then
                                        expirydate = DateAdd(DateInterval.Year, 2, refresh)
                                    ElseIf model.Contains("Latitude") Then
                                        expirydate = DateAdd(DateInterval.Year, 1, refresh)
                                    ElseIf model.Contains("Precision") Then
                                        expirydate = DateAdd(DateInterval.Year, 1, refresh)
                                    End If
                                    Dim refreshdate As Date = expirydate
                                    Dim diff As Long = DateDiff(DateInterval.Day, currentdate, refreshdate)

                                    Dim lvi As New ListViewItem
                                    lvi = ListView1.Items.Add(PC)
                                    If expirydate < currentdate Then
                                        lvi.SubItems.Add("Lifecycle Expired")
                                    End If
                                End If
                                counter += 1
                                pb1.Value = counter / rowcount * 100

                            AddHandler Me.ListView1.ColumnClick, AddressOf ColumnClick
                        Next dtr
                    End Using
                End Using
            End Using

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AndyAinscowFreelance programmer / ConsultantCommented:
Does this work (In VBA the Application. wouldn't be needed but I think you have to have it in VB.Net)
                                pb1.Value = counter / rowcount * 100

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fruitloopyAuthor Commented:
I was hoping it would be something simple. Thanks Andy!
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