Grrrr ,I am pulling my hair out here. Why does everything need to be so difficult!!?
Ok I am trying to rebuild my print server on a 64-bit server 2008 installation. And it is an absolute nightmare. I am trying to follow some advice I got in a previous post which is:
*Here's a step by step:
*On any one of the clients machine running 32-bit OS.
*Access the x64 print server \\PrintserverName\Printers
*Open the printer required to add the 32-bit driver.
*Go to properties.
*Check the box for x86 for Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows 2003.
*Then, locate the INF file of the printer driver for XP 32-bit downloaded driver.
*After doing this, you should now be able to install a shared printer from a x64 OS to x86 OS.
When I try and do this for our large Konica Minolta 750 here, it just tells me that it cannot find a suitable driver, even though I am pointing to it.
I have no idea what I am supposed to do from here, or why it has to be so difficult.