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RE: reads like a failing CDPlayer as well

Quite possible..... I think the "aging media" angle posted elsewhere seems to be a valid one too.

As I stated in my "Update II" post, I did come up with a CD-R copy that works in the finicky player, and plays stable like a commercial CD. The weird part is that of all CD burn software I tried, some of them being reputable "mastering" programs, what worked was the one from Windows Media Player. (I only tried it because I had a friend burn compliation CDs with it on his computer, and his discs played relatively stable on my "finicky" machine.)

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