If it is a good case with correct interfacing from IDE to USB2 , you will not need any drivers at all for Windows 2000 and Windows XP.
Usually the USB part of the interface recognizes the plugged-in connection and tells the Operating System it's a IDE disk. The IDE interface will then go on telling your OS what kind of IDE thing it is , thus creating the driveletter and ATAPI info for it.
A writer program like Nero will usually need no extra settings , plugins, updates or drivers. Dunno about CloneCD or Alcohol120% though.