Brother wrote the print drivers. Please confirm that the driver that came with the printer also include the 64bit print driver.
There are two ways to connect wirelessly to the printer.
1) the computer contains a wireless network card
2) you are connecting to a machine sharing the printer.
I assume you are connectinog to a machine sharing the printer and it does not have the print drivers installed for the laptop machines since they are running a 32 bit operating systems and the desktop only has the 64bit print drivers installed.
I assume the print driver name is "Brother DCP-165C"
You will need a 32 version of Windows 7 in order to get a 32 bit version of this print driver name. I suggest obtaining the BROTHER provided Windows Update version "Brother DCP-165C Printer". It looks like there is a driver on Windows update that uses this
name but it's the print,scan,storage driver. You can give that a shot if the driver name matches.
C:\DRIVER <-this folder contains the inf and cat files
C:\DRIVER\i386 <-this folder contains all the files
Alan Morris Windows Printing Team; Search the Microsoft Knowledge Base here: http://support.microsoft.com/search/Default.aspx?adv=1
Formerly with Windows print team
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