Yes, that is the same as the JB3 drivers. 32 bit computers pretty much went extinct with Windows 7. It should be possible to get the drivers to work on any 32 bit system, which pretty much puts Vista at the top of the range, as far as Windows goes. I have got printers to work on my 64 bit Windows 7 machine by using 64 bit drivers for similar printers, for example. Since there are no similar devices to the JB3, that is not an option. I see no reason for it not to work on an XP virtual machine though, or any 32 bit Linux VM either, with the right driver. I have several VMs, and the only real problems I have are with the MAC ones.