I have a Canon printer attached to the usb port on a computer running 32-bit Windows 7 in my office. I have the printer shared and can even access and print to it wirelessly from my MacBook Air after I installed the driver for it on the MacBook. is it possible to access the shared printer on my Surface Pro? I've tried a couple of things. Canon has both a 32-bit and 64-bit driver on their website so I obviously tried the 64-bit driver first. it installed fine but when I tried to access the shared printer, it gives an error saying it can't connect to it, I forgot what the exact message was. I thought maybe I needed to use the 32-bit driver for it to be compatible so I removed the 64-bit driver and tried installing the 32-bit one but the installation said that it was the wrong driver and couldn't be installed on a 64-bit machine. I'm new to Windows 8 since I got my Surface and new to a 64-bit altogether. is what I'm doing even doable between 32-bit Windows 7 and 64-bit Windows 8?? any help would be awesome!!