Windows 7 has a feature to store printer drivers on the same computer where printer is located. When user on client computer tries to open it, windows automatically downloads driver and installs it.
I have Windows 7 x64 with Epson AL-C1100 connected to it. There are no Epson drivers for Windows 7 for this printer, but during system installation Windows installed some Microsoft drivers.
Now I wish to share this printer for Windows XP notebook.
When I am trying to open the printer from XP, I see that there is no appropriate driver on Win7. So, I am trying to install it.
When I am pressing addition drivers button in printer properties dialog, I see a list of processor architectures. x64 is selected, Itanium and x86 are not. If I am trying to select x86, it asks for disk location. Epson drivers for this printer for windows XP do not match.
What does it want?