Monday, 5 March 2018

How to Add 32-bit Printer Drivers on Windows Server 64-bit

Hello Friends, I just getting confused on this situation, in my case I have different type system Windows 7 that is Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit in my domain. So my server is using Windows Server 2008 64-bit. Is a have different with client in domain. So for manage printer server system 32-bit is cannot directly connect they need driver 32-bit, because the server running on 64-bit.

Scenario is the client and server is different system model windows.

  1. Download driver printer for two systems 32bit and 64bit also you can get cd from manufacturer when you purchase.
  2. Install driver 64bit and share your printer. Test it using print test page on printer. Make sure printer is running.
  3. Find print in device and printer, just right click on printer  then choose properties and sharing

  4. Checklist on X86, means you will be add driver 32bit for this server

  5. Locate your driver file usually name is autorun.inf depend your driver, then Ok

  6. Wait sometimes, the procces will be add driver 32bit in 64bit system
  7. If add driver success, in the properties printer will be checklist automatically on X64 and x86

  8. Then trying to connected printer from client system 32bit to printer server system 64bit using network ( make sure the printer is already share ), the system will be downloading driver and connect automatically without install driver is a blog that covers the latest news and updates of android, custom roms, stock roms, rooting, custom kernels, and much more.