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Wooley59

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I tried to use add,remove Windows components and received error message, unable to find SONIC.INF cannot continue. I have done a search and the file is not on my pc. I think I accidentally removed it when I removed all of the Sonic software from my computer. I have Dell Dimension E510 with Windows XP MCE 2005. It didn't come with an XP Disc. Is there any way to find a copy of this file SONIC.INF.
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What are you attempting to do? If you already removed Sonic, then it most likely took the .inf file.
Are you attempting to remove remnants of soni? A leftover in add/remove? or can you not even get in to add/remove?
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I am trying to access add,remove Windows components to change some of my programs. Thats when I get the error message. After some online research I think the SONIC.INF file may be part of the the Windows Media Center files and not the Sonic software itself. When I did a search for the SONIC.INF file online the results showed websites explaining how to install Windows MCE on your pc and the SONIC.INF file was mentioned in all of them. I think I deleted it when I was removing all files on my pc assocciated with Sonic, thinking they were part of the Sonic program itself.
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