Purchased a SONY DVD/CD-ROM/CD player recently that came with a software disc for Nero 7.6. Nero installed OK, but when I tried to play a DVD, I got a message that my “trial period” had ended and I needed to get an upgrade to play DVDs. What a rip! If it didn’t take so much time to drill out and replace the pop rivets on my Dell I would have just done that and sent the SONY back. But instead I followed the supplied link to the Nero Webstore. Turns out the “Nero 7 Ultra Edition ENHANCED” is $85! I thought seriously again about ripping my Dell apart, ripping the SONY out, and staring over with something less larcenous. But laziness again overcame reason and this fool actually purchased and downloaded “Nero 7 Ultra Edition ENHANCED”. That’s when my problems started. Every installation attempt ends with the message that Nero 7 is not compatible with an installed version of “_________”. It then instructs me ether to update or uninstall “_________”. Thanks Fritz. It looks like the “Nero 7 Ultra Edition ENHANCED” install program is supposed to fill in that blank but just isn’t up to it. For some reason the disc version of Nero 7.6 apparently was compatible with an installed version of “_________”. Go figure. If you haven’t noticed, I’m pretty cheezed off with both SONY and Nero. But now I’m stuck with them both. So far, deleting some lesser media players has not helped. The Dell came with a Toshiba CD-ROM/CDR. Could some driver remnant from that player be hanging Nero up? As I said, “Nero 7 Ultra Edition ENHANCED” has decided to withhold the identity of the problem. Maybe I Nero want’s another $85 . . . . . .