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There are no drivers for the GP08NU6R. When you plug it in, your computer should pop up with a generic driver to make the DVD work. If the computer is not recognizing the drive when you plug it in to the back of the computer, then there is something wrong with the unit itself. Try an new cable.
Open Start menu
Click the right mouse button on Computer
On the pop out menu click on Manage
In the left hand menu click on Disk Manage
Your drive should show here if it is plugged in.
Delete all partitions
Now create a partition, format it how you want.
This may sound stupid but make sure it is plugged in. Check the operating system and hardware requirements, if they don't meet the requirements, software will not recognize the device. Try different usb ports because sometimes computers have selective hearing and make sure your computer is initially recognizing the device when it is plugged in. If all else fails, don't try to install the software and head over to computer/my computer in the start menu. Right click and select properties. Click device manager in the hardware section or the bar to the left and look in the cd drive section. If you see your drive, right click and try any option about installing.
Reboot the computer and go into the BIOS, see if its recognized in there, if its not recognized then you'll need to turn the computer off and unseat and reseat the cable and the power connector to the dvd drive. Then turn on the computer again and go into the BIOS, if the dvd drive is still not recognzied then you'll need to replace the drive.
If the dvd drive is recognized in the BIOS and not in windows then you'll need to go into the system restore in windows and choose a date the last time the computer was working, it will restore your computer back to this date and reboot. At that point it should recognize your dvd drive. If it doesn't then your OS is corrupt and you'll need to wipe out the drive and restore your computer back to factory defaults.
It could be your CD-RW software trying to write to the music CD check the settings in the CD-Drive proprieties. If you have to you can uninstall and reinstall the software. Before you replace the drive you might try some over the counter
remedy's buy some compressed air/gas and a laser lens cleaner CD.you could also buy a CD cleaner for the CD's you are using. Please rate me mysleuth