You know, if you don't know the answer or can't even help in the slightest way, one should not feel obligated to submit a post. It just fills up the page with nothingness. OK, getting to this thing about drivers and sharing a printer on a wireless network. If the printer is abled to be shared, you still may need to install the drivers on the client machine (in this case the laptop.) This seems to be more of an issue when sharing on a wireless network than sharing on a wired network. Don't know why but that is how it is. Anyway, windows will give you a choice of printers to install the drivers when you go through the "add a printer" in the control pannel. In the past, I have not found my spacific printer in this list. So what has worked for me is this. I close out of the "add a printer" window. If for some reason I have the software and driver already installed on the client computer I uninstall it through "add and remove programs." Then I go to the printer company website and download the latest software and drivers for my operating system (in my work it is either xp or vista.) Now, when you install the driver and software, it will ask you how this printer is going to be connected (that is of course if the printer driver has the ability to be shared.) Choose the "network" option and then choose that it is going to be a peer to peer connection (that is the case in this post.) Next, it will ask you for the host computer's name and the printer's name. You can find the host's name by going to the host computer and right click on "my computer" and choose the "computer name" tap. You can find the printer name by going to the host computer in control panel and goto "view installed printers." Then right click on the printer, and go to the sharing tab. If you have set up sharing for the printer, it will give you a name for the printer right below the check box. You can changed this name if you want. So you go back to the client computer and you enter the host name of the computer and the name of the printer into the installation software. The rest should take care of itself and when install is finished, you should be able to print from the laptop. I hope this helps as this is what has worked for me. For some reason, setting up printer sharing on a wireless network takes a little more effort than on a wired network.