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Find them on eBay. The restriction on consumer CD recorders was a concession to the recording industry to collect a small fee per each recordable 'music' disc and distribute it to the artists to compensate for the presumed (and likely) loss of revenue from home copying.
If you are connecting via toslink optical or coax digital chances are you are encountering SCMS (Serial Copy Management System). SCMS will prevent you from copying a previously copied DAT or CD. You will need a CSMS stripper or copy bit bypass to circumvent this. I am assuming you are not violating copyrights. Behringer Ultramatch 2000 is a good SCMS bypass machine, and they are easily found on the internet.
After bookmarking the selected tracks and you are ready to copy them to the HDD, make sure the bookmark abbreviation is lit up in the display. All you have to do is press the bookmark button on the remote or on the recorder- after pressing "copy" but before pressing play.
Are you copying a disc you have previously recorded? SCMS will prevent this.
'No disc'on the CDR deck usually means the laser is faulty.Can you hear it spin the disc? When you open the tray has the disc been rotated? The sony's laser is usually reliable. Sony US may have a fixed price repair or you can have a look yourself. I have the service manual should you need it.