That drive isn’t a true Liteon drive it is a clone of a Sony Optiarc AD-7241S
or more likely a AD-7261S with the NEC chip-set instead of the MTK chip-set
that true Liteon drives have.
That is why there is the Y in the model number instead of A the Y is the NEC
clone and the A is the Liteon real deal. As such no Liteon tools will work with
it you will need to use NEC / Optiarc tools to flash the FW or dump the FW and
it will not report the jitter on a DVD quality scan either.
The answer to your question about making it show up as a Liteon I don’t think
that is possible not that I’m aware of anyway it will always just show up as a
ATAPI iHAS224 Y
The tool you will need is right here if you are not comfortable with using the
command line to use NECWinFlash then get the GUI version of it because it
makes it a lot easier to use.