Firmware is a program in a chip inside a device, that makes the device function - basically most devices are "compter-controlled" these days, even including things like washing machines.
A driver is a program in your system, which operates the device when asked to by an application program. It saves every application programmer having to write the code to do the basic work of using the device - which is, of course common to all applications which need to use it.
CDRW drives don't not, as a rule, need drivers - they are built -in to the various versions of windows. This covers reading from the device. To write to it you need an application program, such as Easy CD Creator, nero, or another - unless you have Windows XP, which includes basic writing facilities as well as reading.
To remove follow these step's closely, go to start\find\files or folders type in the box Easy CD click enter key delete all the entry's it finds with Easy CD in it. Next go to start run type regedit and press enter, go to menu under edit click find in the box type Easy CD and press enter it will bring up only one entry at a time, press delete key then click ok to confirm to go to next entry press F3 and delete do this until you get to the end of the registry. DO NOT TOUCH ANYTHING ELSE IN THE REGISTRY other than Easy CD then reboot your computer
I purchased a LG GCC-4120B last year, and this was supplied with a special cut down version of Roxio's Easy CD Creator, with the extended version being available via a paid for download.Perhaps this is why the version Thanuseelan as installed is giving problems. Something to do with software configuration.Just a thought!.
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