If I understand you correctly, you are attempting to transfer from DVD to the hard disc. I will assume that your VAIO has a DVD player in it and that you can play the DVD normally on the computer. With that assumption, you need to be able to RIP the audio track.
I am NOT one who uses Roxio or Nero for that matter for ANY audio related projects anymore. I use Ashampoo Music Studio 3 and strongly urge you to try it-the Trial is FREE. The program contains most everything that you have asked for. The alternate to this one is Audacity, in my opinion.
Another thing that many have discovered is that Roxio and Nero have "packet writing" programs integrated into them that can not only cause major conflicts if both products are installed, but some minor ones that will make coasters for no apparent reason.
You will need to specify where the source files arewhen running a Ripping program. The resulting MP3 or other format (you can select based on a number of factors other folks will explain) files will be on your hard drive in a folder of your choice. Now you can edit and burn an Audio CD for playing in your car or wherever.
Hope this helps a little.