Thanks for your answer, Eric.

I tried disabling CDRCACHE, but it didn't make a difference. It's a pretty
low-end laptop, so I wouldn't be surprised if the CD drive was too slow. I
actually wondered about that after I sent the email.

I guess I'll just have to rip the CD to MP3 on a different computer, then
copy it to the hard drive to play the CDs. It seems to copy data OK.

That brings me to my other question, is it possible to configure MPXPLAY to
play a file or playlist and then close automatically after it's done? I was
going to look at the manual but I haven't had time, and I didn't remember
seeing it in there before when I looked, so forgive me if I just missed it.

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