|That's not a driver, it's a firmware update - - it reprograms the onboard drive hardware. Optical drives rarely require a driver to be installed (beyond the native Windows one)|
As you might imagine, reprogramming hardware can sometimes go awry, and should only be undertaken if it's a definite 'fix' for a known issue
I'm not one of those who think Bill Gates is the devil. I simply suspect that if Microsoft ever met up with the devil, it wouldn't need an interpreter.