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Perhaps your computer's sound card is unable to play back at the bit rate and kHz you are recording at on your (mobile?) recorder. I'm not familiar with the RC-50 but if you are recording at 24 bit for example and your computer's sound card is only able to play back at 16 bit it may not reprosuce any sound. Usually you will get an error saying so. Have you tried different playback software?
I feel for you. I've had the same thing happen with my own CR recordings and I can't imagine why the creating unit has problems while others do not. On the CD's I have trouble with there is usually some unevennesss in the reflective surface after recording rather than a nice uniform appearance. I'm betting that means something like uneven tracking while laying the data down.
Bite the bullet and rerecord the CD or try this - use a CD copy application on your PC. I use Sonic. The copying process can spend more time recovering errors than normal playback allows. Or try file copying. One function or the other might get back most if not all of your music.
OMNIFORM 5.1 IS INOPERATIVE, KEEP RECEIVING PRINT SPOOLER AND KERNEL PRINTER ERROR MESSAGES HAVE TRIED TO REPAIR, AND DELETE AND RELOAD. ALL ATTEMPTS HAVE FAILED. THESE PROGRAMS ARE BEING USED ON WINDOWS VISTA