Are you using professionally recorded CD's, or are you burning your own CD's?
Professionally recorded CD's are very compatible with most CD players because lasers can read them easier with a transparent, silver-like finish on the bottom of the CD. CD-R's that you buy from the store, for the most part, are a darker blue color, and can be difficult for some lasers to read. Try using CD-R's with a lighter, silver-like finish on the bottom.
First, try using a retail, store bought CD to test if the laser can indeed read the CD. If this works, then the above suggestion may prove to be true.
If this does not work, try using a different CD burning application, such as iTunes, Windows Media Player, Nero, CDBurnerXP, etc.
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