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1.control panel->system->hardware->DEVICE MANAGER
2.uninstall your driver
3.restart you computer
4.on tray icon a balloon come with a MSG of 'found new hardware'
5.click on it
6.select your driver from it .then select suitable option
if you still have problem buy a you op(win xp,vista,7..).using that disk repair you computer.
well you really don't need drivers for xp+ systems. it should automatically be recognized. you just have to get cd/dvd burning software like Nero. according to this site that drive won't be recognized by vista with out a firmware update http://www.cdfreaks.com/review/13311-LG-GSA-H42N-Super-Multi-DVD-Writer-Review/
There aren't any such drivers. The drive control protocols are standardized. Just do Windows Update a few times and make sure the thing's connected when you restart storage subsystems (pretty much a reboot; though installing Nero will of course get things going if you don't love Vista built-in tools.)
I have an LG super multi burner that worked great on my older computer with windows xp, but i just moved it to my new computer with vista and it will not accept the software. the computer will read discs in the drive, but it will not burn, it acts as if there is not disc in it to burn. what can i do?