I know this was a year ago but if someone else has this problem then to let you know. If the software came preinstalled on the computer and your computer has a Recovery Manager you can reinstall the SW from there. Most computer manufactures started to using the recovery solution (an extra partition on the HDD) in 05 or 06.
If you don't have a recovery manager then the set of discs that came with the computer (before manufactures started using recovery solution) should have a applications disc. You can use that for a reinstall. If you no longer have those discs call your computer manufacture and they will be happy to sale you a set for $16 to $30.
Note: If your computer used the recovery solution then the only thing the discs can do is wipe your whole HDD clean and reinstall the original OS and Apps.
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What is the software for?
If you want to record CDs and DVDs then you need Nero or Sonic record now.
windowsXP has a built in CD recording program butnot for DVDs
Windows Vista can record CDs and DVDs but neither operating systems program can copy CDs.
I had the same problem. I had formatted the player's drive using Windows explorer and the got this error: "File Format error" while trying to play any mp3 file.
I went to the command prompt. Deleted all files:
E:\> del *
Then I copied the MP3 files again in the T.sonic MP3 player. All MP3 files played fine after this.
Check the settings on your Sonic Record Now. I think you have it set to copy data to your hard drive, look for this in the options menu. You should clean out all temp files too in case it is storing them there from the DVD sessions.