Drivers are for older 32bit operating systems, there doesn't appear to be any drivers for later operating systems.
Take the following steps to install the printer driver.
1. Start Windows NT 4.x, Windows 2000 or Windows XP.
2. Select the Start button on the task bar. For Windows NT 4.x
and Windows 2000 select Settings and then Printers. For Windows XP
select 'Printers and Faxes'.
3. For Windows NT 4.x and Windows 2000 double-click the Add Printer
icon. For Windows XP click the 'Add a Printer' icon. The Add
Printers Wizard dialog box is displayed.
4. Select the Next> button.
5. Select Local or Network printer and then select the Next> button.
6. Select the appropriate printer port (normally LPT1:) and select
the Next> button.
7. Select the Have Disk... button.
8. Enter the path to the driver files on your disk or the CD.
9. Select the OK button.
10. Select the appropriate printer from the list and select the Next>
11. If the driver was previously installed, the option to keep the
existing driver or Replace the existing driver will appear.
Select Replace existing driver and then select the Next> button.
12. Type a name for the printer object or use the supplied name. If
the driver was previously installed using the supplied name, then
the new supplied name will have '(Copy #)' appended to it. This
is to ensure that two printer objects do not have the same name.
Select whether this printer object should be the default printer
or not and select the Next> button.
13. If printer sharing is enabled and you would like to share your
printer with others, you can select to share your printer and give
it a share name on this dialog. For Windows NT 4.x you can also
chose to install drivers for other operating systems for a shared
printer on this dialog, but instructions for doing so are not
included in these instructions. Select the Next> button.
For Windows 2000 and Windows XP, if the printer was shared, then a
description of the location and capabilities of this printer can
be entered. Then select the Next> button.
Note: Installation of drivers for other operating systems for a
shared printer is available after the installation is complete by
right-clicking on the print object and selecting Sharing.
14. If you would like a test page to be printed through the driver
you are installing to test if the driver was installed correctly,
select Yes or No and then select the Finish button for Windows
NT 4.x. Select the Next> and then the Finish button for Windows
2000 and Windows XP.
Installation of the printer driver is now complete.