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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/
If you registered the product then you probably can download than from LG site or ask for them. If not then you have to obtain that from someone that have it. However you don't need drivers for that. As a burning software there are free solutions available like CDBurnerXP. I don't knwo what other software was on the CD but you can almost always substitute that with free software that is available on the Internet.
what you mean with gateway computer? but there are no reasons that unit wouldnt work... you dont need any drivers, but if you are using some kind of external case to connect it via usb or firewire... you will need the drivers for that external case that must come with the case and make sure your windows is working fine... that *********** has usb ports enabled in the bios and well i think that will be all...
You shouldn't need drivers. The only thing you can update on your drive would be the firmware. What exactly are you trying to do? If you're talking about burning music/videos/data then you need programs such as nero. Which comes free with most CD/DVDRW's now.