Even Google is a mite short on this one. Someone seems to have had a similar driver offer thrust upon him with an external burner! His snag is that having loaded the drivers it ceased to do anything at all.
Does your disk still behave or has it too gone on strike? Seems like a firmware fault, probably in the case rather than the HD itself.
(I paid a lot of money some years ago for an Amacon which turns out to have an ordinary Western Digital HD inside.
I recently bought a simple case/powersupply, tucked an old HD inside and it too has never misbehaved.)
It could make sense to return yours for a refund and try another of different manufacture.