We dealt with a question on Creator LJ three years back. HERE. It's an OEM version sold by Sonic to a bunch of OEM computer manufacturers.
I'm afraid that my recommendation is still the same as I gave the user then:
" You need to go back to the OEM who sold your computer to you - Fujitsu, NEC, Toshiba, Dynabook or whoever - since the gurus here don't have a copy of this software to examine and operate, we can't solve your problem. "
You appear to have deleted the program rather than uninstalling it, and so there are lumps of the program and installer left embedded in your machine. Unhappily the version I got hold of checks for a BIOS driver used on the OEM machine, so it won't run on any of my machines. Therefore I can't suggest names for the files that are giving you this problem. That's what you'll have to ask from your supplier who bundled the program with your machine.
Usually when Windows shows you errors like this you have to fix them. You can't often tell Windows to be quiet.