I actually called Dell and they said they can fix it but would charge me $79.00 to do so. Based on what you just told me. I think I may just pay the fee to have it fixed by them. I have not had a problem at all with my system crashing and it seems to work just fine including the Media center.
I also went into the remove programs and cleaned out most of the junk that Dell automatically installs on this thing when you get it. That made a big difference now and seems to do the job just fine except for that stupid message that I continue to have with that sonic issue.
Thanks for the issue and the suggestion. I think I will check with Dell first though.
Awesome. That did the trick. Truly appreciate the help.
I am trying to remove Sonic Encoders from my new XPS 600 system. I go through Add or Remove Programs in the control panel. After clicking "Remove", I get this message in a Windows Installer window:
"The feature you are trying to use is on a network resource that is unavailable."
"Click OK to try again, or enter an alternate path to a folder containing the installation package 'SONICENCODERS.MSI' in the box below."
User source: d:\OEM\CONTENT\Extras\Sonic\
Now, since I am not on Dell's network where they installed this software, I cannot find this file. I've inserted the Sonic CD that came with my computer, and this file is not on it.
How am I supposed to uninstall this?