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Sonic DigitalMedia LEv7

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I had the Sonic DigitalMedia LEv7 installed in my Dell Inspiron Laptop and decided to remove it to free space, but there is when I started the nightmare, it seems that some driver has been corrupted because it refuses to be removed and the following is happening:

1. Everytime I open the PC a window pops up asking for the "Sonic Update Manager" followed by: " An installation package for the Sonic
Update Manager cannot be found. Try the installation again using a valid copy of the installation package "UM.MSI". When I close this
window, another pops up saying "The window installer has begun the installation", then another one appears saying "The feature you are
trying to use is on a CD-ROM or other removable disk and is not available, incert the Sonic Update Manager disk and click OK"
I never had such disk nor ever downloaded that software, I think it came with the PC, and further more never used it.
2. This is causing not to be able to connect to my wireless network via a Netgear Router which it was fine before this ocurrence.
3. My question to you, if I may, how could I resolve this problem. Please, help.
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