Excellent information on how to do this on this page:
I found the answer here:-
This post says:-
The 32bit driver name is different than the 64bit driver name. You will need to create a Local Port which will basically copy the print formated data to the xpmachine share.
Here's the KB how to perform this task
on Windows 7
Add Local Port
(Make the share name one word or you have to "" quote the whole thing)
Select the driver installed when you connected the device to USB
complete the wizard
print test page.
Other items that I had to look up was getting an error when trying: cannot connect to printer 0x00004005