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There's a solution to the problem : the problem is one word..; '''Sony''. Throw the unit away as to my knowledge there is no company who makes discs that will allow a TOC (table of contents) to be written to the disc. All those Sony units were only designed to be accept Maxell CD-R Music Pro blank discs. They are unfortunately unavailable /no longer being produced. Step one: .Buy a Tascam recorder they accept consumer grade cds.. Step two: Boycott Sony as most of us who owned one of their standalone units didn't get two years of use out of it..including myself and most i've ever talked to about it.
You can only use Music CD-R with the logo of Digital Audio, no regular CD-R for data will not work with any CD Recordable, it doesn't matter the brand of CDs. Remember that, I have a player like your and Sony, and that's the catch.