To download or update the latest firmware or driver for your CD/DVD/Blu-Ray/Media Player on Windows desktop or laptop (including Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista), you should pay attention to one thing - that is, most of the firmware updates you find in the Internet might not be the official firmware or the exact ones.
Moreover, the main reason for updating your CD-ROM driver is to increase stability within your operating system, to fix a particular bug or to activate or improve any advanced features your peripheral may support.
Thankfully, you may effectively update your CD-ROM driver through a variety of efficiency-improving steps on your PC.
Otherwise, select "Browse my computer for driver software" to perform a manual CD-ROM driver search.
Click "Browse" to locate any available device driver. Click "OK" followed by "Next." If the latest CD-ROM driver is already installed, Windows will notify you.
However, a firmware or driver is specific to a single player, no matter if it's for CD, DVD, Blu-Ray, or other Windows Media, and a firmware or driver cannot be applied to all.