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Canon iR 3025 installed on Server 08

I have a brand new server 08 box, enterprise even, 64-bit even...fresh install, right out of the box.

I have installed print management.  I have given my Canon iR 3025 a static IP and installed the driver.  It was included with Server 08 it seems.  I have it published in the directory.  

I need a 32-bit driver.  I've pulled down several and cannot install it.  I get a message that my driver file does not contain information for this processor or some such nonsense.

Of course, when I try to install it on my XP machines, out of the directory, there is no driver.

Any ideas?

Thanks

Cliff
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pbjazzyCommented:
have you downloaded the 32 bit WinXP drivers from Canon?  What process are you using to install the drivers?
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crp0499CEOAuthor Commented:
I did download a 32-bit driver from canon and I'm clicking the printer, going to share, then adding a driver.  I have also tried clicking the drivers folder, right clicking and then installing the driver.  

when I browse to the driver folder, and click the inf file, that's when I get the message about the driver not being right for my processor type.
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pbjazzyCommented:
What server processor are you using?
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crp0499CEOAuthor Commented:
64-bit, intel
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pbjazzyCommented:
Itanium?
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crp0499CEOAuthor Commented:
no
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