Oh i just found the solution from another forum.
I found this info below and it might be a way to add printer as local printer, instead of as network printer. I do not think the Windows 7 OS is 64 bit--but this method might work anyway:
"For those trying to get an 32-bit XP machine to use a printer connected to a 64-bit Windows 7 machine:
– go through the “Add Printer” wizard
– choose “Local” printer instead of “Network” printer
– choose “New port”
– enter the path to the printer “\\Win7Machine\PrinterName”
It used my existing 32-bit printer driver and works fine. Good luck."
Above quote was found halfway down the comments section at: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windo...dows-7-and-xp/