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Have you tried using a CD/DVD cleaner disc???? you can pick one up at any drug store, walmart, target, etc. I would first try that. If its the same CD/or DVD, then I would say thats the problem, a scratch on it will and it will stop playing, but you need to clean your players once in a while.....hope this helps you....
You probably need to clean out the pc. Get rid of programs that are not needed or used. Do a "Disk Cleanup", Defrag until it takes only about 1-2 min to complete. Get an Anti-spyware/malware as well as an Anti-spyware program and run it once a week.
You might want to also invest in more RAM. 512mb these days isnt much.