I wrote to BHA Corp and got this answer. so the GSA 4166 is not supported at this moment. Hopefully it will be supported in the future :
Betreff: RE: Problem with DVD RAM driver and 2nd DVD RAM drive / dr.en-4
BHA Support Center
Thank you for your inquiry,
The drive GSA 4166 is unfortunately not supported by DVD-RAM driver. Next
updates will add support for more drives, but we have no exact schedual at
Please check the list with supported drives for DVD-RAM Driver:
Please install the update for DVD-RAM Driver from here:
If you have Windows XP with Service Pack 2, please disable the WindowsXP-SP2
Right click on the drive in [My Computer], than select [Properties].
Open the [Recording] tab, then disable (uncheck) the [Enable CD recording on
this drive] option.
Click [Apply], than click [OK] to close the Properties window.
Problems when trying to format a DVD-RAM Disk may occur:
- If you try to format an unformatted disc (a new disc or one erased using
B’s Recorder GOLD) on a computer on which Norton AntiVirus is installed,
there is a possibility that Norton Auto-Protect is controlling the disc.
This has also been confirmed by Panasonic, the developer of the DVD-RAM
When formatting a DVD-RAM, make sure to disable Norton Auto-Protect.
Alternately, record some data onto it using B’s Recorder GOLD so that the
disc is not an unformatted disc, then format it using DVDForm.
Similar problems may occur if other software or tools that exclusively
control the disc are installed on your computer. If you do not have Norton
AntiVirus installed on your computer, try quitting all background running
applications before formatting the DVD-RAM.
- If there is an unformatted area on the computer hard drive, so just
If there is an unformatted area on your computer, a drive letter will not be
allocated to the removable disk. The Device Manager will recognize the drive
as two drives; a DVD/CD-ROM drive and a removable drive; but only the
DVD/CD-ROM drive icon will appear in My Computer. Hence, you cannot format a
Please also make sure that your Drive supports the disk you use.
(For example the drive LG GSA 4040B does not support 2,6GB DVD-RAM Disks.
Solution: try to update driveâ€™s firmware)
Here you will find more usefull tips to DVD-RAM Driver: