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HLDS GDR-H10N 8X/48X HH SATA DVD-ROM - drivers/firmware?

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  1. DarkEly

    DarkEly Member

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    Looking for drivers/firmware for the HLDS GDR-H10N 8X/48X HH SATA DVD-ROM. Please help.

    I think the maker is LG if that helps. I found this (http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/storage/P126955/en/specs.htm) from dell but I could not find the drivers for GDR-H10N I could only find GDR-H20N drivers but I do not need those so please help me out :).

    Here is a stock photo of it...

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    windows uses it's own driver for rom drives like that so why are you searching for drivers?
     
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    Well if that is the case Windows is not detecting it :/. I am using Windows 7 (64 bit).
     
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    does the motherboard see the drive? is there exclamation marks or unknown devices in device manager?
     
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    No the motherboard does not see it either :/ well good news I got my other dvd drive to work (I have two) I go the older one to work... so for now that will work. Thanks any way :)
     
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    is either the drive is dead since the the motherboard does not see it or problem with sata data cable or motherboard sata port.
     
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    Interested in this driver as well, did you continue looking? I am still yest to find a driver that is compatible with the highest burn speed on my favorite DVD burning software. I can burn DVD's now, but just at about half of the speed I could if I had something top of the line. Do you guys know what the best driver is out there if you are running many DVD burning operations at the same time?
     
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