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It's having trouble reading the CDs. The thing that reads it could be dirty. But try a different cd. The CD player is getting old and if there is even a small scratch it will be hard to read it. A new CD player would be the way to go
Try a head cleaner first and if that doesnt work then look around for a new cd player or use the computer as if its what i think it is then its not reading correctly and it not really repairable ,Well financialy viable as i think the memory reading of the circuitry is questionable.
That is an electronic problem. Probably a just-about-to-break cable in the motor of the CD drive, that sometimes causes a short and turns off the unit, or sometimes makes it to comport erratically and produce the buzzy sound. If you have electronics knowledge, then you may open and check the wiring harnesses. If don't, take it to your local electronics repair.
If the unit is not under warranty then you can open it and have a look inside. Keep your eyes peeled for bad soldering joints and if it is dusty clean it out.
However if it is under warranty and you open it, then you will break the conditions of the warranty and if it needs repairing then you will be charged the full amount.
Sounds like the laser slid is sticking. it's not the CD that's the issue, but solidified grease on the CD laser rail. The sled motor has to work harder to push the laser past the lump of grease but once it does the sound continues. Does it get better after you've played 3 or 4 cd's? Same time into a CD each time? If so it's easy to fix by cleaning the old grease off the laser rails and re-greasing.