This is cut and paste from my post above. Read completely.
A correct way to install a printer on a wireless network is to install it to the laptop (over) the wireless connection from the machine connected to the printer. When your laptop connects to the machine connected to the printer, normally the machine will download some drivers across the wireless network to your laptop the first time it connects so you have only one (partial) copy of print drivers in the laptop and then the laptop knows to go wireless fast to use the shared printer there after.
This is an (Awkward) post so post back if you don't understand what I'm trying to convey.
Reminder: Remove those original print drivers from the Laptop BEFORE attempting my suggestion.
Before doing anything, DISABLE Norton Startup in Config file and also DISABLE Noton Autostart in Services.
Reboot and make sure Noton is (NOT) running ANYTHING, ANYWHERE for right now.