I am not sure what you mean by 'driver'. Windows XP should have any 'driver' you need. Do you mean windows no longer recognizes your burner in Windows Explorer? If that is the case, go to 'start>settings>control panel>sytem>hardware>device manager. Click on the '+' sign next to 'IDE ATA/ATAPI Controller' and right-click on the first entry of the exposed tree, it should be similar to '...Ultra ATA Storage Controller'. Select 'uninstall' from the drop-down menu. Reboot and windows will redetect your drives.
If that is NOT what you meant by 'driver', could you please be more specific about what your drive can and cannot do. A quick look at the FAQs and the Please read before posting in this forum! may be of some help.